FACING A CHALLENGE...
Mow (. .iiiiidii College stands al the cro
roads, should ii rest on the laurels won through
the years l>\ consistent adherence to superior
scholastic standards, or should it expand and
modernize it ^ facilities to remain in the van-
guard of educational progress?
Analysis ol Gannon's growth pattern indi-
cates thai the ensuing years will see .1 continued
need foi increased Facilities of every kind be-
cause ol new needs on the pari ol the com-
munity and increasing enrollment.
Steadily increasing applications for admis-
sion each \e.n have been projected and indicate
a student body ol at least 2,500 within 10 years.
I his projection is hacked h\ studies h\ the
government and educators which show that
college enrollments are expected to double l>\
and tO triple h\ 1975.
Gannon College has had to decide whether
to provide for this expansion h\ increasing its
faculty and adding to its physical facilities, oi
to turn away qualified applicants. There was
little thought of following this latter course ol
action, however, and today's planning is geared
i" i ope w ith tomorrow \ demands.
The Gannon College Development Program
is no mere project of steel, hrick, stone and
ulasv. Ii goes right to the heart of a major na-
tional and community problem by providing
the means for earnest, ambitious boys to obtain
the best possible college education and to pre-
pare themselves to assume positions of leader-
ship in their communities.
A S l.iiiio.doo development program aimed
at Gannon College's 25th anniversary in 1969
has already been announced. This ambitious
program will fulfill the avowed purpose of the
college to provide the best possihlc educational
facilities to the young men of this area, and
with complete confidence that the faith of the
community in Gannon's future will justify it.
The long range program calls for immediate
construction of a multi-purpose building, and,
in the next 10 years, a field house and recrea-
tion area, a faculty residence, and another
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Among Father Lor-
rci's many and varied
interests is bowline.
He has had the lead-
ing lemur average in
the I.M. Bowlini;
League as the spark-
plug of the Faculty
He is a quiet man. He is a dignified man ol an unimposing nature. He ma^
usually be seen working in his office, walking through the hulls of OM Main, or
talking with those who work in Cannon's library. He is Gannon College's Dean of
the Division ot Humanities. Reverend Louis H. Lord better known to the fac-
ulty and students as Father l.orei.
Father Lorei tirst came to Gannon as a student in 1939, when the school was
still known as Cathedral College. In 1941, he went to Washington, I). C. to study
at Catholic University. He earned his Bacheloi ol Aits degree in Philosophy in I!
and his Master of Arts degree in Philosophy in 1911. He completed his theological
studies in 1947. and was ordained in May ol that year. He received his Master's
degree in Library Science in 1948. after he had returned to Cannon in the capacity
of head librarian.
Father Lord was ordained on May 15, the feast day of Saint John the Baptist de
la Salle, who worked in the held of education. It is fitting, therefore, that u|xm his
return to Gannon, Father Lord should be placed in a position so vital to the devel-
opment and success of a college. At the time, Gannon was small, and its library was
proportionally small. But Gannon was a growing school, and it was imperative that
the school library grow with the school. To Father Lorei fell the task of filling the
shelves of the library with volumes that would be of use to the increasing number
of students in an increasing number of fields. But. it was not simply a matter of
placing books on shelves. Rather, it was a matter of carefully selecting books that
were needed at the time — those that were relevant to the courses taught, and
valuable to the students attending. This is not an easy task in view of the countless
number of books which cover the subjects taught here at Gannon College.
In addition to his position at Gannon, Father Lorei held memberships in various
library organizations, among which was the Catholic Library Association. At differ-
ent times, he held the offices of publicity chairman, and chairman of the Western
Pennsylvania L'nit of the Catholic Library Association : and he was the first editor
of the newsletter published by the organization.
Father Lorei has been Dean of the Division of Humanities since 1956. This ap-
pointment, of course, made it impossible for Father Lorei to continue his work in
the library, but the results of his work may be seen in the number and quality of the
books in Gannon's library today. His contribution to the development and success of
Gannon College is a school library — a center of knowledge — that has kept pace
with the expansion of the college.
So, to you, Father Lorei. do we dedicate this 1961 issue of the Gannon College
HIS EXCELLENCY, MOST REV.
EDWARD P. McMANAMAN,
AUXILIARY BISHOP OF ERIE
Movt Reverend Edward P. McManaman, Auxiliary Bishop and
Pro-Vicar General of the Erie Diocese, from his position as secre-
tary of the Board of Trustees works tirelessly for the development
of a greater Gannon College.
MOST REV. JOHN
His excellency Most Reverend John Mark
Gannon, Archbishop-Bishop of Erie, has
worked tirelessly for more than forty years
to provide the educational facilities found
in the 13 counties of Northwestern Penn-
sylvania which constitute his diocese. He
recognized early in life that man has lx>th
an eternal and temporal destiny to achieve
and that the surest means to that achieve-
ment is the education and training of
youth. In this respect, Bishop Gannon has
recently inaugurated an ambitious, long-
range development program for the pur-
pose of increasing the facilities of the
college. We cannot adequately express our
gratitude for the abiding presence of our
beloved founder and Chancellor.
HOARD OF TRUSTEES
Members of the Board of Trustees: Wilfred J. Nash, Presi-
dent of Gannon College ; Bishop Edward P. McManaman.
Auxiliary Bishop ; Archbishop John Mark Gannon, Chairman
of the Board; Monsignor Wladislaus J. Stanczak; Rt. Rever-
end C. Raymond McQuillen; Rt. Reverend William L.
LAY ADVISORY BOARD
SEATED, Left to Right: J. LeGrand Skinner. John W. Eng-
lish. Archbishop John Mark Gannon, Rev. Wilfred J. Nash.
Robert F. Merwin. STASDISG: Thomas Hoffman. Mi-
chael J. Yeshecco, Robert A. Keim, Philip Cochran. Vincent
Lechner, Marvin J. Kohloff. William P. McVcy, Frederick
A. Blass, James A. Currie, John Sharkey, Jr. Other memben
not included in the above photograph are: Mix Bellii, Ed-
ward P. Boyle, Samuel Breene, Oicai I. Dunn, Herbert
Spencer. Sr.. Joseph Gdanie<
The Right Reverend Wilfred John Nash, M.A.,
S.T.L., LITT. I), the second president of Gannon
College is revered as a Priest, scholar, and admin-
The President's Council is the policy-
making .uid the co-ordinating Ixxly
• ■I the college. The council attends
to Uh- matters whi< h affe» t the oi
nizational and financial welfare of
the college .is .1 whole Members ol
the < limn il iiK lude ili<- I tean ol eai h
division, the Assistanl to the Presi-
dent, the 1 > 1 1 < * toi <>l Student Per-
the I reasurei . the
Librarian, and the Business Man-
STANDING Mi Hynes, IV I,orei. Fr. Wolf, Fr. Barcio, Fr. Slater. Fr. Lubiak. SEATED:
Mi Waldron, Fr Nash, Mr Kraus.
REV. ROBERT G. BARCIO
Dean of Men
B V St. M.n\'s University;
S.T.B.. St. Mary's University;
M.A.. Western Reserve Univer-
sity; Ph. D. Candidate, Western
Physic. il Education, Director of
Intra-MuraJ Activities; MS
OWEN T. FINECAN
Director of Guidance and
B.S.. Duquesne University;
M.S. University of Pittsburgh;
Graduate Studies, Western Re-
RICHARD L. HERBS! Kill
B \ Gannon College; MA
Fordham University; Graduate
Studies. Western Reserve I ni
Industrial Relations Co-Ordi-
nator. Lecturer in Business Sta-
A.B. Gannon College.
JOHN B. HYNES
PAUL G. LARSEN
B.S. Gannon College.
REV. LOUIS PUS(
Director of Student Activities,
B\ Or.i'i- : Koumania: Prop-
aganda Fide University. Rome.
Varsity Basketball Coat h
1. - Pennsyh ania State I di-
REV. JAMES W. PETERSON
Associate Professor of Theology,
Director of Religious Ai tivi-
ties ; Director, Department of
A.B., St. Mary's College; M \
Catholic University of America;
Graduate Studies. Western Re-
REN JOHN ) SLATER
Assistant to tin- President
B.A., Georgetown University:
M A Catholii I Iniversity of
REV. NORBER1 G WOL1
\ I; St Mary's I
M A Catholic University of
All;' lie .1
LOUIS H. LOREI
Dean of Humanities
A.B.. Catholic University of America;
B.S.L.S., Catholic University of America.
REV. JOSEPH J. BARR
Associate Prof, of Political Sci-
ence; Director. Department of
Political S< ience
S.T.L.. University of Kaunas.
Lithuania; M.A.. Fordham
University; Ph.D.. Fordham
DR RICHARD L. BEYER
Professor of History: Director.
Department of History.
A.B.. Allegheny College; M.A.,
University of Iowa: Ph.D..
University of Iowa.
REV. JOHN BISCEY
Director, Department of Soci-
B.A. St. Mary's Seminary,
M.S.W. Catholic University of
REV. ROBERT F. BOWER
Assistant to the Librarian
B.A., Gannon College Gradu-
ate Studies, Catholic Univer-
sity of America.
KI\ JOHN BURKE
Instrw tot "f Philosophy
B.A M \
Sr !'. • . • nture I'd I) I
i Tilh.itu I Fnivi ■
BUG1 NE CAIRO
I'. \ I ni\ i r si t \ of NN is< onsiti ;
\1 \ Universit) i>f Wisconsin;
I'd I) l nivenity <>f Wiscon-
MELVIN E. CARNEY
Assistant Professor <>f Psychol-
H \ Gannon College. M.A.,
Fordham University; Graduate
Studies. Western Reserve Uni-
Instructor in Latin and Greek
Ph 1) Larea in Letters. Uni-
versity of Rome.
Director. Department of Edu-
B.A.. St. Bonaventure Univer-
sity: M.A.. St. Bonaventure
University; Graduate Studies.
Western Reserve University.
Associate Prof, of Art and
S.T.L.. Pontificium Athe-
naeum. Rome: J.U.D. Pontifi-
cium Athenaeum, Rome.
REV. ALPHONSE CRISPO
Associate Professor of Philoso-
phy; Director, Department of
S.T.L. Gregorian University,
Rome; Ph.D., Gregorian Uni-
versity, Rome: LL.D., State
Assistant Professor of Spanish
A.B., Gannon College, Gradu-
ate Studies, University of
Acknowledging the perfection of the intellectual, so-
cial, moral, and spiritual facets of the personality of
man as a Divinely ordained end, the Humanities Di-
vision of Gannon College seeks to contribute to the
attainment of this perfection in the lives of its students
by training in the tradition of a Christian education.
The Division of Humanities seeks to provide the stu-
dent with an intellectual basis for faith and the practice
of religion, by imparting an unc.erstandin? of the mean-
ing of self, to the world, to his fellow man. and to his
REV. GILIO DIPRE
Instructor of Philosophy
B.A., St. Bonaventure Univer-
sity; M.A., St. Bonaventure
REV. ROBERT FIN
Associate Professor of Russian
Ph.B.. Gregorian University,
Rome: M.A.. State Teachers
College of Budapest. Hungary :
STL.. Studium Generale
OP. Budapest. Hungary:
S.T.D.. Pazmany Peter State
University of Budapest, Hun-
DR. TIHOMIL DREZGA
Assistant Professor of Political
LL.D.. Faulte de Droit de
Paris: Academie de Paris;
Ph.D. Scuola Vaticna de Bib-
lioteconimia: Graduate .Stud-
ies. Wien Staatswissenschaften,
Assistant Professor of Psychol-
B.A., Gannon College; M.A.,
Fordham University; Gradu-
ate Studies, Postgraduate
Center for Psychotherapy,
New York: Ph.D., Fordham
REV. EDWARD QUINLISK
Professor of Philosophy
A.B., Catholic University:
M.A., Catholic University.
Ph.D., Catholic University.
REV. JOHN' HILBERT
[nitrui tor Theology
B \ St Mary's University;
\1 A ( landida te Catholic
I fniversity of America.
DR. MILIVOJ KARCIC
Assistant Professor of German
J.D., Law School. University
of Innsbruck, Austria.
Instructor in Theology
B.A., Gannon College, M.S.,
Catholic University of America.
't/k ^A l^k
Instructor of English
B A . Northland College :
M \ Marquette University.
REV. HOWARD NIEBLING
Instructor of Psychology
B.A.. St. Bonaventure ; M.A..
St. Bonaventure University.
REV. JAMES PETERSON
Associate Professor of The-
ology: Director of Religious Ac-
tivities; Director, Department
A.B., St. Mary's College;
M.A., Catholic University of
America: Graduate Studies,
Western Reserve University.
DR. PAUL WARD
Assistant Professor of Latin
and Greek: Director. Depart-
ment of Foreign Languages
A.B.. University of Pittsburgh;
Ph.D., New York University.
|n|(N R \. ARTHUR PITTS
c. S Ohio Northern Uni- Instructor English
B.S., in 1 i niversit) M \
\1 \ < oluml I lie I fniversit) "f Ameri< a.
DR. NORA ROTHSCHILD
Instructor in German
I)r Iur.. University of Frank-
furt, Ccnn. my : MA. Catho-
lii I Fniversity <>f An
I.L B . University of Buffalo.
JOHN S. ROUCH
Assistant Professor of English
B.A., St. Bonaventure Univer-
sity: M.A.. University of
Michigan; Ph.D. Candidate.
University of Cincinnati.
J. CARTER ROWLAND
Associate Professor of English.
Chairman. Department of
B.A.. Gannon College: M.A..
The Pennsylvania State Uni-
versity, Graduate Studies.
Western Reserve University.
DR. FRANCIS R. A. SAAD
Assistant Professor of Lan-
B.A.. Pazmany Peter State
University of Budapest, Hun-
gary; M.A. Pazmany Peter
State University of Budapest,
Hungary; Ph.D. Pazmany
Peter State University of Buda-
pest. Hungar) ; M.A. in Ed.,
State Teachers' College of
REV. JOHN SCIIANZ JOSEPH SCOTTINO
Assistant Professor of Theology Instructor in Political Science
B.A., St. Mary's College; B.A.. Gannon College: MA.
M.A.. Catholic University of Fordliam University; Ph.D.
America; Ph.D., Western Re- Candidate. Fordham Univer-
serve University. sity.
Assistant Instructor in English
B.A.. Gannon College; M.A.,
Western Reserve University.
Instructor in Theology
B.A.. St. Bonaventure Univer-
sity; M.A., St. Bonaventure
REV. JOHN THOMPSON
Assistant Professor of Philoso-
B.A., Montreal University;
M.A., Montreal University.
MR. JOHN WALLACH
B.A., M.A. St. Bonaventure
RICHARD J WEILAND
Instructor in English
B - St Man's College: B.A..
St Louis University
MRS HELEN ZAND
Let turer in So< iology
A.B. Cornell University LL 15
University of Buffalo.
"Arc they a! il .iL'.iin :
JOHN E. WALDRON
Professor, Dean of Business Administration :
A.B.. Catholic University of America: M.A..
Catholic University of America; Ph.D., Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh.
JAMES G. HANES
Lecturer in Business Adminis-
B.S.. Gannon College: LL.B..
Dickenson School of Law.
REV fOSEPH HIPP
!'. S i
WILLI \M LATIMER
Lei hirer in A< i minting
B s ' rannon ( iollegi M B \ .
m Resen e I Inivenity
Instructor in Business Admin-
B \ . I mvcrr.iiy of C llifornn
PhD. Candidate, University
of ( lalifornia
Lecturer in Accounting
HA. Gannon College;
University of Pittsburg.
i I \N ["ON D. MOORE
Lecturer in Accounting
B.S.. Gannon College.
FRANK J. SALVIA
Instructor in Accounting
B.S.. Gannon College.
Lecturer in Economics
B.S., M.S. Purdue University.
WILLIAM L. SENNETT
Lecturer in Business Adminis-
A.B., Holy Gross; I.L.B.,
( .n. i getown University.
ANTHONY V. SINTCROPI
Instructor in Labor Relations
B.S., St. Bonaventure Univer-
sity; M.I.L.R.. Cornell Univer-
PETER R. SMALTZ
Instructor in Business Admin-
A.B., Pennsylvania State Uni-
versity ; Graduate Studies,
Northwestern University, Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh.
JOHN P. SUSKO
Associate Professor of Business
Administration ; Director, De-
partment of Economics and
B.S., University of Pittsburgh
M.A., University of Pittsburgh.
Candidate Ph.D. University of
ROBERT J TULLIO
Lecturer in Business Adminis-
B.S.. Gannon Coll'
FRANCIS C WEITHMAN
Associate Professor of Account-
ing; Director. Department of
Ac c minting
A.B.. Allegheny College M \
University of Michigan; G.P.A.,
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
ERNEST C WRIGHT
Assistant Professor of Account-
B.S., Gannon College M M \
I Iniversity of ( Ink ago.
MICH \LL R VARBENI I
:. Ac c ounting
B.S., University of Notre Dame;
C.P.A., Commonwealth of
DEAN OF PURE AND
GERALD R. KRAUS
Professor. Dean of Pure and Applied Science,
B.S. Carnegie Institute of Technology: M.S.
Carnegie Institute of Technology.
REV. VICTOR L. ARENA
Instructor in Biology
Ph.D.. Natural Science. Uni-
versity of Naples.
ARTHUR H. COOK
Assistant Professor of
B.S. State Teachers College.
Instructor in Mechanical
M.S. in Engineering Mechan-
ics. Penn State University.
University Park. Pa.
IW1I ^ I I U\ I MAN
I HADDEUS \1 (.oRSKI
Profesaoi of < Ihemiitrj
B.S University ol Pittsburgh ;
\l s University ol Pittsburgh
Assistant Instructor in
B *> ( Ihemical Engineering,
University of Pennsylvania
CEORCE P. HESCH
mt Instructor in
A.B.. Cannon College.
ELMER KOLMILLER. JR.
Instructor in Biology
B.S.. Western Reserve Univer-
sity, MS. Western Reserve
B.E.E. Gannon College
Instructor Ph\ si( 1
Carnegie Institute of Techno!
REV BERN \KD \l
C.V.S.; Assistant Professor of
A.B.. St. Victor's University;
M.S. University <>l Michigan
Assistant Professor of Mathe-
Ph.D. L'niversitv of Illinois.
WILLIAM A. SCHUBERT
Assistant Professor of Biology:
Director. Department of Biology
B.S.. LaSalle College, M.S.,
L'niversitv of Pittsburgh.
JERRY A. SELYAGGI
Instructor in Electrical Engi-
B.E.E. , Pratt Institute.
LEONARD J YETRONE
PAL I. WIEDLE
REV \DDIS( IN N 1 III.
Instructor in Mechanical Engi-
Instrm toi Mathematii s
B.S.. Gannon College.
B.A. Mathem itici B.S Elo -
B.S. Gannon College
trical Engineering Gannon Col-
B.S Si Bonaventun '
lity \1 S Si B
Dispensers <>f health and happiness, the cafeteria is the answer to
the out-of-town students prayer. Ministered l>\ Mr. Weavei (pic-
tured left and manned In a whole flock of personnel, the cafT serves
meals 3 times a i\a\ and twice on Sunday to the dorm students and
those < itv students whose wives, motheis. and sisteis have forsaken
them. The chefs touch is in ever) serving ol instant potatoes. In
all seriousness, the caff stall is to lie congratulated on the food. If
anyone wishes to complain, let him Inst attempt to serve upwards
of 500 meah a i\.w to 250 individuals of different taste.
1 h' s who also Ben e.
Sn.u k Bar in action.
How much spaghetti do you
Th.it do smart a mite!
Look! Then- sin- goes again!
Joe Lucky's jeep.
Tote dat barge! Lift dat bale!
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'Render then-fore unto Caesar
"The Girls," Peggy Johnson, Janice Miller, Dolly Kowalski. Mary
Przezwicki, Elizabeth Hellman.
Marie sorts the mail.
in ■ moment when thingi were quiel
I i iMirers Office when things were quiet as usual.
The Gannon Library, as all students know, is located
on the second floor of the Library Building, and as some
students don't know, stretches through the second flooi
of Old Main. Composed of 17, r )()() voluinnes, the l.i-
brary forms a source of material for Philosoph) term
papers. Art & Music papers, Hook Reports, pre-test
cramming, and most important, a place ol quiet between
cl.isses to catch up on a lew winks ol shut-eye. Com-
manded by Fr. Lubiak, the Gannon Library is always
one step ahead of the Cannon Expansion Program.
Fr. Lubiak. head of the Gannon Library.
Mary Heya, Dorothy Krupenski, Judy Ruland. Rita Ann Nies, Librarians.
Fr. Bower, as-
sistant to Fr.
The rank and
CLASS OF 1961
Pete McNelis, Pres.
Tom Miller, V-Pres.
Steve Peters, Sec.
Bill Carey, Treas.
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li \ So. iology
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ALOIS w UBRAMCZYK
B.S. Industrial Management
JAMES P. AHEARX
Brooklyn. N. V.
Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity.
JOHN J. AHEARN
Tau Kappa Epsilon. Varsity
Basketball. I.M. Softball.
JOHN I li\ll I V
B \ Politii al v
>a Epsilon, Alpha
i K i l.C.G
[ K I
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II s Chemistry
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Are we still having trouble with Harriot?
LAWRENCE E. BARGER
S.I.T.. Accounting Association.
MICHAEL G. BARLETTA
THOMAS E. BARNES
JOHN R. BARNHART
Glee Club. I.M. Basketball. St.
Thomas More, Scabbard &
ROBERT J. BRZEZINSK1
JOHN E BRETZ JAMES JOHN
KENT J. BRK.HI
Erie. Pa. Erie, Pa.
BEE. Electrical Engineering B.S. Psychology
B.S. Business Administration
Blue K<%. I. IT.. S< aboard &
A 1 E.E., Weight lifting Team.
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Blade. P.S.E.A.. Spanish Club.
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B.S. Industrial Management
B.S. Electrical Engineering
R.O.T.C. Band. IM. Sports,
Delta Sigma Phi. Science
Order of Flaming Torch.
Club, Varsity Basketball.
WILLIAM R CAREY
B.S. Business Administration
bard & Blade Military
Fraternity Volley Ball,
R () I C Vanity Basketball.
Wh-.s Who. IM Soft Ball.
FRANK A. CHIMENTI
Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity.
St. Thomas More Club,
DAVID L. CHRISTENSEN
B.S. Business Administration
Spanish Club, Delta Sigma
Phi. IM. Sports.
WILLIAM R. CHRISTIE
B.S. Business Administration
WILLIAM M CLARK
PATRICK J. CLIFFORD
GERALD J. CONCILLA
RAY L. CORNELL
Oil City. Pa.
North East, Pa.
B.S. Business Administration
Delta Sigma Phi, Spanish
Club, S.I.T. I.M. Sports.
B.S. Industrial Management.
Must be Democratic weather.
RONALD H. D ALTON
B.S. Business Administration
PATRICK J DELANEY
B.S. Electrical Engineering
St. Thomas More Club.
GERALD B. DITZ
B.S. Electrical Ent'ineerinK
I.M. Softball I.M. football,
A.I.E.E. Varsity Rifle, St.
Thomas More Club.
I HOMAS L. DOOLIN
B.A. Business Administration
St. Thomas Moore Club,
Scabbard & Blade.
JAMES F. DORAN
SIT. G.O.A.C. Accounting
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B \ Business Administration
Chesa ( Hub, ( rannon Band
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15 A. Physics
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FRANK J. FREDERICKS
Oil City. Pa.
B.S. Business Administration
B.S. Electrical Engineering
Spanish Club. S.I.T.
LIT.. P.S.E.A.. St. Thomas
More Club. C.C.D.
Scabbard & Blade, C.C.D.
A.I.E.E., IM Football.
THOMAS R. GARVEY
Oil City. Pa.
B.S. Industrial Management
Student Council. Baseball.
EDWARD J. GEHRINGER
ROBERT E GILDENSTON
B.S. Industrial Management
Student Council, Gannon Oui
door Activities Club. Manage-
ment Club, United Fund Drive.
Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity.
BRUCE C. GILLES
B.A. Business Administration.
I just can' I ihave at 8:00 in the morning.
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BE Elect Bngin., A.I.E.E.
P.S.P.E. College Band
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B..S Business Adm.. Spanish
Club, G.O.A C
RICHARD J. GRABLE
B.S. Accounting, Tau Kappa
Epsilon. R.O.T.C. Band.
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ZIMMER, JACK — 2206 Willow St., Wesleyville. Pa.
ZIMMER, DAVID — 950 E. 27th St., Erie, Pa.
ZUILDOSKI, STEPHEN — 547 W. 6th St., Erie. Pa.
ZONNA, ANTHONY — 1234 Brown Ave., Erie. Pa.
AMANN. CARL — 522 North 6th St.. Jeanette, Pa.
ANDERSON. NORMAN — 1010 Selinger Ave., Erie, Pa.
BAKER. ROBERT — 1202 West 38th St.. Erie. Pa.
BALDAUF. WALTER — 1001 Walnut St., Erie, Pa.
BARRY. KEVIN — 62 Lvnncrest Terrace. Buffalo 25, N.Y.
BALLIETT. EDWARD — 421 Chestnut St., Erie. Pa.
BARTLETT. ROBERT — Box 75. Harborcreek, Pa.
BEGALLA. JOSEPH — R.D. #1, West Middlesex, Pa.
BERNARD. RONALD — 558 East 7th St., Erie, Pa.
BISCHOFF. RONALD — 602 West 26th St., Erie, Pa.
BLOSSEY. CLINTON — 1206 East 20th St., Erie Pa.
BLUEMLE. RICHARD — 1201 Woodbourne Ave.. Pittsburgh.
BOBANGO. JOHN — 1102 East 12th St., Erie, Pa.
BROSIG. ALFRED — 3004 Arcadia Ave., Erie, Pa.
BROTHERSON. DONALD — 1355 West 30th St., Erie, Pa.
BROWN. ROBERT — 536 Hilltop Rd., Erie, Pa.
BRUNNER. MARC — 2540 Colonial Ave., Erie, Pa.
BULA. JOHN — 1205 West 40th St., Erie, Pa.
CAMMARATA. JAMES — 31 Knox Ave., Buffalo. N.Y.
CAMPAGNE. CHARLES — 232 West 16th St., Erie, Pa.
CAPPA BIANCA. ITALO — 920 West 27th St.. Erie. Pa.
CARLSON. DONALD — 1020 Oregon Ave., Erie, Pa.
CARRIER. JONATHAN — R.D. #3, Hershey Rd., Erie. Pa.
CARROLL. THOMAS — 307 Hoffman Ave., Oil City, Pa.
CASILLO. JAMES — 1247 West 20th St.. Erie, Pa.
CERRA. JOHN — 35 Rockland PL. New Rochelle. NY
CHESSARIO. JOSEPH — 2333 Liberty St., Erie. Pa.
CHOJENSKI. PETER — 1019 East 10th St., Erie. Pa.
CHRISTOPHER. GEORGE — 10350 S. Seeley, Chicago 43,
CHRISTOPHER. THOMAS — 123 E. Hazeltine. Kenmore 17.
CHRZANOWSKI. PAUL 39 Campbell Rd.. Cheektowaga 15,
CIPRIANO. ROBERT — 91 Putnam St.. Buffalo. N.Y.
CLEMENTE, ALEXANDER — 1861 Buffalo Rd.. Erie. Pa.
CONCILLA, RONALD — 32 Lincoln St., North East, Pa.
CONLIN, WILLIAM — 310 Hazen Road, Sharpsville, Pa.
CORBIN, HOWARD — R.D. #1, Brookville, Pa.
CURTIS, DONALD — 943 East 30th St., Erie, Pa.
DARBY, RICHARD — 1423 Chelsea Ave., Erie, Pa.
DECKER, JOHN — 1031 East 25th St., Erie, Pa.
DeCOSMO, RALPH — 724 Berkshire Ave., Pittsburgh 26, Pa.
DeFAZIO, NICHOLAS — 2131 West 32nd St., Erie, Pa.
DeLENA, JAMES — 433 West Ave., Buffalo, N.Y.
DeLO, EDWIN — 1323 Hillborn Ave., Erie. Pa.
DeMATTEO, DAVID — 626 West 21st St., Erie, Pa.
DeSANTIS, PAUL — 426 Ridge Ave., Sharpsville, Pa.
DiBACCO, RICHARD — 1342 West 43rd St., Erie, Pa.
DICKEY, JACK — 1731 Cole Dr., Erie, Pa.
DiDONATO, GIACOMO — 1050 N. Broad St., Ridgeway, Pa.
DiGIORGIO, ANTHONY — 655 S. Irvine Ave., Sharon, Pa.
DiMATTIO, JOHN — 1545 West 23rd St., Erie, Pa.
DOBMEIER. GERARD 5333 Lake Pleasant Road. Erie, Pa.
DORAN, MICHAEL — 235 West 23rd St., Erie, Pa.
DOUGLAS, JOHN — 317 Powell Ave., Erie, Pa.
DOUGHERTY, CHARLES — 210 Arch St., New Bethlehem,
DUNDON, DAVID — 4564 Darcie Dr., Erie, Pa.
EHRMAN, JOHN — 1408 West 8th St., Erie, Pa.
EICHELEDORFER, DAVID — 226 West 23rd St., Erie, Pa.
ENDRES, MATTHEW — 36 Olin Ave. Girard, Pa.
EVANS, JOHN 1414 Custer Dr., Erie, Pa.
FERRICK, RAYMOND — R.D. #3, North East, Pa.
FIERLE, MARK • Versailles Rd., Lakeview, NY.
FLYNN, WILLIAM 1 54 Macamley St., Buffalo 20, N.Y.
FORBINI, PETER 737 East 28th St., Erie, Pa.
FORQUER. TIMOTHY 815 West 1 1th St.. Erie, Pa.
GACZKOWSKI. FRANK 914 Reed St . Erie, Pa.
FORSHA. ALAN — 1035 Silliman Ave., Erie, Pa.
FREEMAN. JAMES — 2648 Poplar St., Erie, Pa.
I I II BR III I Hiiu
GACZKOWSKI IKWK 914 Reed St., Erie Pa
! \ |< >SEPH Brooklyn 22, N N
I .1 K,l R Ik >N M l> R 1) -v • II. nhej Rd 1 ri( Pa
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GETCHELI I HOM VS Pa
Gl \\\l I I I i \K1 Pa
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•. ,i .i\s | wii s 10 Baldwin Pa
iSTOMSKI rHOMAS S Pa
(.K M HI K\ \KD 1016 Liberty S Bi Pa
i.Kl i / \ I EON \KD 618 East 15th Si Brie Pa
(.111(111 R M )H\ H l ( lifton 1). I ri« Pa
(,t I l ( HER I HOM w K>1 Clifton Di Brie Pa
II M DI R RONALD 133 S Marcella Ave Rialto, California
II \\l s | ||o\| \s 141 Weil 7th Si . Brii Pa
IUID RI( II \KI> I I" Ganlel Di . Pitttburgh, Pa
HER R MAN |oll\ Shorewood Dr., Rocheatei N.t
iiii i > i \i i i w \ \ W< ii 26th St., Erii Pa
llll ,l\skl rHOMAS RD. #7 Buffalo Rd., Erie, Pa
llol LISTER |<>ll\ . 110 fames Ave Brie, Pa
IK >KN R< >BER I 12 19 Rankin Avi l • Pa
[AKUBOWSKI, WILLIAM 649 East 13th Si Brii Pa.
11 K( ,l D\\ ID Washington Ave . Brie, Pa.
|oni S I) Win i 1 .i-i I5tl Pa
K\R1 ROGER B55WilmotRd Scartdale, N.1
Kl \\l |( >IIN i i Grasiei Si . Bethal Park, Pa
Kl I P DAVID 217 Main Si . Lake Citj Pa
Kl\l)/loK\ Mols 1321 Eait 20th St., Erie, Pa
KIDON, ROBER1 66 Chestnut Si . Fairview, Pa.
KM Kl \K I WII S !40 Hemlock Di . Erie, Pa
KM. II I I INGER, KENNE I II 180 North St., Meadville, Pa.
KINGSTON RONALD I Post Ave., Erie, Pa.
KIRS( II ( LIFFORD 66 Bstella Ave . Pittsburgh 11. Pa.
KLAUS KARL RD #2, Waterford, Pa
KLEINER JOSEPH 135 East 13rd St., Erie, Pa
KLOMP, ROBER1 1214 Fast 10th St., Erie, Pa.
KNIEMAN VUGUST 115 Water St., Linesville, Pa
KONOPKA, rHOMAS 2412 Perrj St., Erie, Pa.
KOWALSKI, WALLACI t 11th St., Erie, Pa
KRE1 I INGER I HOM \s 3201 Old French Rd.. Eric. Pa.
Kl Ml \K I HOM \s | 2207 Parade St.. Eric. Pa.
Kl [AWINSKI, JAMES last 9th St.. Erie, Pa.
Kl | AWINSKI TOM M 609 Easl 9th St., Erie, Pa.
Kl s I BR, BERNARD 18 Pearl, Newark, Ohio
LANG WALTER 121 Sassafras St., Erie, Pa
LARICCIA \N I HONY 1596 West 30th St., Erie, Pa
ll DERBAUGH, RICHARD 317 Cherry St.. Eric. Pa.
LEA MICHAEL T r e mon l New Britain, Connecticut
LESKO KIWI III 224 Mechanic St., Girard, Pa.
I I.W is I'M I. 865 Ridge Rd.. Ambridge, Pa.
I. IN/. JOHN R I) =\. Meadville, Pa.
LORELL1 |oil\ 6 I Fourth Ave., Punxsytawney, Pa.
I.OI I JERRY 1941 Pioneer Ave . Pittsburgh, Pa.
II ( II I EDW \RD (844 Sassafras St., Erie. Pa.
II (I \NO NICHOLAS 417 West 26th St.. Erie. Pa.
IA N \M W II HI R — 216 East 6 St.. Oil City, Pa.
lUlll I WII - M.i/ St., En.-. Pa
I > < )NS (,\R\ 112 Longat re Ave . Erie. Pa.
M\|OR I'M I. (411 Holland St.. Erie. Pa.
MALONE^ I Wlls 234 East 5th St, Erie, Pa
M \N\( ) I Wll.s 308 South St., Ridgeway, PA.
M\Ni((l rHOMAS 2730 West 32nd St., Erie, Pa.
M \R \( ( I l« >BERT 510 Strathmore Ave Erie. Pa.
MARINO IDMOND 1 1 3 South First St., Sharpsville, Pa
M \RKII W l( / ]( >si I'll 949 East 21st St., Erie. Pa.
M \R I IN I WII S < ..la. Ave, Oil City, Pa.
MASSON I'WKKK 200 Second St., Rouseville, Pa.
\I \s I I Rs< )N EDW \RD 129 Sidway St., Buffalo 10, N .Y
MATAVA [OSEPH RD. #3, Union City, Pa
M\lls DONALD Jill Lexington St., Erie, Pa
MAURO, JOHN terAve Pittsburgh 38, Pa.
M-( M',1 |<)ll\ .. Wesl 10th Si . Brii Pa
Ml Kl I NT. I) WII) >26 Wesl - Brie, Pa.
MILDENBERGER ROBER1 Greengarden Blvd.. Erie.
MILLER (.11 MIR I RD *5, Wattsburg Rd., Erie, Pa
Mill BR w III I Wl 210 Chestnut St Punxsutawney, Pa.
Mist in ik I orris i Curtze Dr., Fairview, Pa
MIsko RONALD 530 North 6th St, Jeannette, Pa
Ml I Kl |os| I'M i | \ , | ,„ iv,
MOORI GEORG1 176 N Lincoln Rd., Orchard Park, N.Y.
MOROCCO KM HARD 1210 Roemei Blvd., Farrell Pa
SM is|| R |( )||\ r d - i Bom 86, Kan Pa
M')i i NiKol' fOHN 1400 Water St, Conneautville, Pa
Mi I I INs ( || \KI is | 215 < olliru \\ S N Y
Mi RI'ID D\\ ID Pa
Mi Kl'in i d\\ \kd (21 Peach Si Brii Pa
Ml Rl'in Rl >l'.l KIM Buffalo 20 N ^
90 Walnut St., Natrona,
N MMERKOWSKI. RAYMOND F.
N MVROt Kl DANIEL 116:5 East 38th St., Erie, Pa.
NORBERG, EDWARD 1812 Pinna,, Ave.. Bronx 66, N.Y.
N( )R I IIROP. KENNETH 6 (2 Zephyr Ave.. Erie. Pa.
• k lis ki GIS Lucinda, Pa.
oil ski VINCENT 11H2 East 9th St., Erie, Pa.
OLIVER SAMUEL E., JR. 718 North St., Oil City, Pa.
oi.ON I \\\ RENCE 101 Crawford St.. Oil City, Pa.
ORLOWSKS1 K w MOND 1039 Priestly Ave .Erie. Pa.
OSIECK1 rHOMAS 624 East 30th St., Erie, Pa
< >M ROMECKI, RONALD 1269 East 28th St.. Erie, Pa.
I'M. A II I.I. I. A. EDW \KD 38 N. Marwood Rd., Fort
Washington, N ">
PAONESSA, I HOMAS 131 Portage Rd.. Niagara Falls, N.Y.
PARIS RAYMOND 2807 Arcadia Ave . Erie. Pa.
PARSt >NS. TH( )MAS 277 Bast Main St., Bradford, Pa.
PASZKO. CHARLES 424 East 1 1th St., Erie, Pa.
PELLEGRINO, [AMES 445 West Kith St., Erie, Pa.
PI I Kl ( 1 1.1.1. WILLIAM - 1315/, Peninsula Dr., Erie, Pa.
PHILIPPAKIS, ANDREAS 39 Ellinos Straliotoy, Patras,
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PICCIRILLO, MICHAEL J. — 523 Wl I M tin St., Erie, Pa.
I'll. I RANDEA, SAM l 1.1. 583 6th Ave.. Koppel, Pa.
PILEWSKI, ROBERT M 126 Spruce, Oil City, Pa.
PITTS, RICHARD - 530 Concord St., Corry, Pa.
TOM. MLR. ROBERT 1753 Bird Dr.. Erie. Pa.
PONTZER, TERENCE 500 Spruce St., St. Mary's, Pa.
PI >T< )W SKI ROBERT F. - - 658 East 25th St., Erie, Pa.
PI AVER. THOMAS — 801 Bellaire Ave., Pittsburgh 26, Pa.
PRINCIPE. ANTHONY — 910 5th Ave., Brockway, Pa.
PRO TV VINCENT 221 County St., New Haven, Conn.
PRYJOMSKI, RICHARD 51 Linden. Natrona, Pa.
RANEY. RUSSELL — 655 West 9th St., Erie. Pa.
R \W A. LARRY 2815 Reed St.. Erie, Pa.
REISER. JOHN 932 West 8th St., Erie. Pa.
REITEBACH. CHARLES 1359 West 32nd St.. Erie. Pa.
RHOADS, WILLIAM 840 East 26th St., Erie. Pa.
ROBERTS. WESLEY 396 Randolph St.. Meadville. Pa.
ROGALA, FRANK - 2926 Perry St.. Erie. Pa.
ROGERS. KENNETH 228 Maryland Ave.. Erie, Pa.
ROMAN. VICTOR — 1421 East 8th St.. Erie. Pa.
ROSS. DAVID Smethport. Pa.
ROYCE, RICHARD — 12 S. State St., Ripley, N.Y.
RUGGIERO, JOSEPH 39 Greebriar Dr.. Pittsburgh 16. Pa.
RUSSELL. JAMES 4917 Glenwood Pk.. Ave.
RYAN, JAMES — R.D. #2, New Kensington. Pa.
RYDEN. WILLIAM McKean, Pa.
RYS. RONALD 711 East 19th St.. Erie. Pa.
RZODKIEWICZ. RICHARD — 3739 Bird Dr.. Erie. Pa.
SABATINO. THOMAS 231 East 31st St.. Erie. Pa.
SANDUSKY, WILLIAM — 919 East 27th St.. Erie. Pa.
SANNER, ROBERT — 920 German St.. Erie, Pa.
SAVELLI, GUY 1037 East 28th St.. Erie. Pa.
SCHAMLNG, BERNARD — 16 Constitution Ave.. Bradford. Pa.
SCHETZINA. JAN — 1060 West 6th St., Erie. Pa.
SCHILKEN. JOHN 639 Smithson Ave.. Erie. Pa.
SCHILLER. FRANK - 1416 East 9th St.. Erie. Pa.
SCHLAUDECKER, ROBERT 1821 West 32nd St.. Erie. Pa.
SENGER, RICHARD 949 West 30th St.. Erie, Pa.
SEYFFERT. JOHN 360 Akwood St., Greenlawn, N.Y.
SHERRIDAN, GERARD Hillcrest. North East. Pa.
SHIEL. DAVID 1047 Hewton Ave.. Erie. Pa.
SHIPLEY, JOSEPH - 436 West 31st St, Erie. Pa.
SHOLTIS, DONALD 515 Ohio Ave.. Ashtabula. Ohio
SITTER, RICHARD — 926 Chelsea Ave.. Erie. Pa.
SLATER, JOHN Roystone. Sheffield. Pa.
SLOMSKI, CHARLES 914 Wallace St.. Erie. Pa.
SMITH. FREDERICK 318 East 4th St.. Erie. Pa.
SMITH, [AMES 237 Bast 23rd St., Erie . Pa.
SMITH. I.EROY 9i>9 West 9th St.. Erie. Pa.
SNYDER, WILLIAM 1 KM Park St., McKeesport, Pa.
SOBIER VJSKI, R WMOND 54-29-63 Place. Maspeth, N.Y.
SOUL. RICHARD 1126 East 30th St.. Erie. Pa.
SOKOL, FRANK Porte St.. Pittsburgh, Pa.
SOSEY, THOMAS 345! , West 9th St.. Erie. Pa.
SOUTHWORTH, WALTER 154 East 28th St.. Erie. Pa.
STARK, PETER 1130 East 3rd St.. Erie. Pa.
STOLINSKI. EDWARD 656 East 25th St, Erie. Pa.
STOI. I / IK \NK 1225 Spruce St., Reading. Pa.
SW \K l/.W ELDER. THOMAS Box 1 13. Strattanville. Pa.
TANN, RICHARD 922 West 10th Street Erie, Pa.
TRYON, MICHAEL 251 Herman. Buffalo II. N.Y.
TIMON, VINCENT 217 West 25th St., Erie. Pa.
TICKER. ROBERT 1210 State St, Erie, Pa.
V \NDER WEELE. ALAN — 59 East St.. North East. Pa.
VENTER, RAYMOND I 102 Wesl Lake Road. Erie. Pa.
\ I I T.I.LI. SALVATORE 249 West 23rd St.. Erie. Pa.
VanHOENE, PAUL 200 Overdale Rd., Pittsburgh 21. Pa.
VOSKUHL, THOMAS 1913 5th Ave., Bras,-, Falls. Pa.
\\ \I.TZ. fAMES 2723 Raspberry St . Erie, Pa.
WATTS, WILLIAM 3117 Spruce Dr., Erie, Pa
Will IK. DENNIS 73 Dedmond Ave., Buffalo 23. N.Y.
WIAND, JOHN Linden St.. Stoneboro, Pa.
will. KIT. DAVID 2652 Putnam Dr., Erie, Pa
WILLIAMS. EDWARD 1734 Woodside Dr., Erie, Pa.
WILSON ROBER 1' 149 North Oakland Ave . Sharon, Pa.
WISNIEWSKI, RON \1 D 326 Lighthouse St., Erie, Pa.
l\ol KB, M \RK I* i i Wesl i !th Si Eri< Pa
YOCHIM. MARN ALICE I"" East 26th s, Erie, Pa
/ \. K |()11\ " i ' Maple St.. Erie Pa
ZAMORSKI, EDWARD 10 !9 Easi 9th Si Erie Pa
ZENTIS. JOSEPH 5 South Main St McKcan
ZIMMERLY, fAMES 247 Wesl 26th Si Erie, Pa,
/( KOWSKI, K.I)W\RI) 624 Easi 22nd St., Erie, Pa
AG OS KIM. DAVID 633 W.-st 22nd St., Erie, Pa,
AMIGO, ALEXANDER— 1324 Roemer Blvd.. Kartell, Pa.
ANDERSON, CARL 308 West 7th St., Erie, Pa.
VNDER ION. JOHN 21 Glenwood Dr., Oil City, Pa.
BALFE, MICHAEL — 109 Ridgewood Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.
BARRY. KEVIN 62 Lynncrest Ken.. Buffalo, N.Y.
BARSOTIL fOSEPH 306 Johnson Dr.. Ellwood City, Pa.
BARTONE, PHILIP — 379 Residcnec St.. Conneaut, Ohio.
BARTONE. RONALD till Melrose Ave., Erie, Pa.
BATTAGLIA, CHARLES — 352 Traverse. Buffalo. N.Y.
BALDER. CHARLES 1036 West 7th Rt.. Erie. Pa.
BAYHURST. RICHARD — 430 East 28th St., Erie, Pa.
BAYLE, WILLIAM — R.F.D. =4. Corrv. Pa.
BEDNARSKI. FLOYD — 646 East 24th St., Erie, Pa.
BENNETT, WI1 I 1AM 3134 Holmes St.. Eric. Pa.
BIANCARDI, LOUIS — 656 West 10th St., Erie, Pa.
BIERBAUER. THEODORE — 2826 Raspberry St., Erie, Pa.
BLIEL. JOSEPH — Dodge Ave. Harborcreek, Pa.
BLIEL. WILLIAM R.D. =3. Erie, Pa.
BLOWER. DOUGLAS — 2563 West Lake Rd., Erie, Pa.
BONAVITA, CHARLES — 1305 Penna. Ave. West. Warren, Pa.
BONDANZA. JEROME — 631 Center Rd., West Seneca, N.Y.
BOSLETT. JOHN — 3854 Greensburg Place, Pittsburgh, Pa.
BOYD. WILLIAM — R.D. =3. Eric. Pa.
BOYLE. JOHN — 1 16 South Brady St.. DuBois, Pa.
BRENNAN. JOHN — Brockport. Pa.
BROOKHOUSER. WILLIAM — 819 Cascade St.
BROPHY. PATRICK — 321 East 30th St.. Erie, Pa.
BRUGGER. GEORGE — 4814 Ft. Summer Dr.. Washington,
BRUNSON. THOMAS — 124 Hazel St., Kittanning, Pa.
BUCKEL. DENNIS — 203 East 6th St.. Erie. Pa.
BUDNY. JOSEPH — 747 East 23rd St.. Erie. Pa.
BUTRYN. PAUL — 409 Hovt St.. Dunkirk. N.Y.
BYRNE. THOMAS — 5169 Woodworth St.. Pittsburgh, Pa.
CALAMITY JOSEPH — 626 East 27th St.. Erie. Pa.
CARBON. JA.MES — 101 Walnut St.. Warren. Pa.
CARLIN, THOMAS — 223 Short St.. Erie. Pa.
CASILLA. JAMES — 1247 West 20th St.. Erie. Pa.
COSTAGNINO. JOSEPH — 9 Wetmore St., Warren, Pa.
CASTALDI. WILLIAM — 2000 North Broom, Wilmington,
CHADONTC. JOHN — 720 Blaw Ave.. Pittsburgh, Pa.
CHANDLEY. DONALD — 125 Lake Ave.. Erie, Pa.
CHAPMAN. DENNIS — 2124 Norton St., Rochester 9, N.Y.
CHIARAMONTE. DENNIS — 702 East 6th St., Erie, Pa.
CHICATELLI. PAUL — 468 Sandusky St.. Conneaut, Ohio.
CHICCARINO. JERRY — 1823 Farrell Terrace, Farrell, Pa.
CHIW. LAWRENCE — 324 King's Road, North Point, Hong
CHLUDZINSKI. RONALD — 960 East 31st St., Erie, Pa.
CIOCCIO. JAMES 304 East 11th St.. Erie. Pa.
CLARK. THOMAS — 618 South St., Clarion, Pa.
COHEN. LARRY 136 East 37th St., Erie, Pa.
COONEY. CHARLES — 422 West 29th St.. Erie, Pa.
COSENTINO. PATRICK. — 1236 86th St.. Niagara Falls,
COSGROYE. TERRANCE 53 Reed Ave., Lackawanna 18,
COSTA. JOSEPH 246 East 8th St.. Erie, Pa.
COYNE. JOHN 431 Hastings St.. Pittsburgh 6, Pa.
CROPEK. DAVID 248 East 30th St.. Erie. Pa.
CURRY. JOHN 193 White Ave.. Sharon. Pa.
CUSTER. DAM I EN 218 Lighthouse St.. Erie. Pa.
DAILEY. THOMAS — 963 West 30th St.. Erie. Pa.
DAMBROSIA. JAMES — 321 Pine St., Punxsutawney, Pa.
DEIBLER. EUGENE — 1115 East 30th St., Erie, Pa.
DELBENE. RONALD — 3470 Atlantic. Warren, Ohio
DEMETTER. RICHARD — 1203 West 31st St.. Erie, Pa.
DEMMA. MICHAEL 920 Lack St.. Tarentum, Pa.
DENEY. RICHARD 4755 Seneca St., Buffalo 24. N.Y.
DeSANTE. DAVID 3009 Pine Ave.. Erie. Pa.
DiCICCO. RICHARD — 915 Hiland Ave.. Coraopolis, Pa.
DICKERSON. MILTON - 143 Farmingdale. Gheektowaga 25,
DICKERSON, ROBERT -- 143 Farmingdale. Cheektowaga 25,
DITRICH, ROBERT C,
1900 Ten ai e \\ e . Pennsauken
918 Easi 28th Si . Erie, Pa,
R.D. =(> Box 161 Peck Road. Erie,
5 I I I Lake Pleasanl Rd., Erie, Pa.
DOOLIA I HOMAS 20 Mason Ave., Babylon. N.Y.
DOWLING. RICHARD 306 W. Spring St., Titusville, Pa.
DRESCH. LEWIS 122 Winfield Dr. Grove City, Pa.
DRENLER. ARTHUR 932 West 21st St., Erie, Pa.
EDWARDS. DENNIS — 61 1 Moran St.. Oil Citv. Pa
EHRENSBERGER, LOUIS - - Penn Ave.. St. Marys, Pa.
KICHELSDORKER. GARY 221. Wesl 23rd. St.. Erie. Pa.
K.ISWERTH. THOMAS 2670 Chestnut St.. Erie, Pa.
ENGLE. WILLIAM — 2029-6th Ave., Beaver Kails. Pa.
ENGLISH, JAMES -- 125 West Bloss St., Titusville, Pa.
ERDELY, ANTHONY 7 10 East 10th St.. Erie, Pa.
ESSER. ROBERT 255 East 29th St., Erie, Pa.
FABIAN. DAVID — 1037 East 10th St., Eric, Pa.
FALK, RICHARD 148 Lake Cliff Dr., Erie. Pa.
KARRELL. JOSEPH 1033 West 7th St.. Erie, Pa.
FERKETIC. FRED 2720 Edison St.. Pittsburgh 12. Pa.
FERRALLI. ANTHONY — R.D. #4 West Lake. North East. Pa.
KILER, ROBERT — 48 Plum St.. Greenville, Pa.
FLATLEY, WILLARD — 1954 East 2nd St., Erie, Pa.
FLECKENSTEIN. DAVID 310 Central Ave.. Oil City. Pa.
FOLINO, JOSEPH — 231 Orchard Ave.. Ellwood City. Pa.
FOX. EDWARD — 1410-38th N.W.. Canton, Ohio.
FRANCO, ALFRED — 257 Kirkwood Dr., Buffalo. N.Y.
CAYLORD. NORMAN 211 East 29th St.. Erie, Pa.
GIANGIORDANO, ORLANDO — 100 S. 2nd St.. Greenville,
GILLILAND, DANIEL - 426 Ash St., Ridgway, Pa.
GLANCE, ROBERT — 1120 East 12th St., Erie, Pa.
GLASL, JOHN - - 186 Laurelwood St., Emporium, Pa.
GLOEKLER. PAUL — 2702 Homestead Dr., Erie, Pa.
GRAHAM, WILLIAM — R.D. #1, East Lake Rd., North East.
GRAY, JAMES — 927 East 31st St., Erie, Pa.
GREENWALD, WILLIAM — 6 Division St., North East. Pa.
GRIGNOL, LEWIS — 31 15 Cascade St., Erie, Pa.
HANNINEN, THOMAS — 1623 West 21st St., Erie, Pa.
HANSON, STEVEN — 336 East 34th Street, Erie, Pa.
HARDIK, MILAN — 19 Hathaway St.. Girard, Pa.
HART, JOHN — 31 Clinton St., Bradford, Pa.
HATHEWAY, RICHARD — 2918 Myrtle St., Erie, Pa.
HAYES, EDWARD — 2861 Berkshire Rd., Cleveland Heights.
HAYES, DAVID — Box 521. Lake City. Pa.
HEINTZEL, ROBERT — 2822 Holland St., Erie, Pa.
HETTER. WILLIAM — 1027 East 8th St., Erie, Pa.
HEYER. FREDERICK — 3594 West 103rd St.. Cleveland 11.
HICKEY. PATRICK — 1220 West 10th St., Erie, Pa.
HOKAJ, LEO — 945 East 25th St.. Erie, Pa.
HOLEVA, JOHN 519 Linden Ave., New Kensington, Pa.
HOLLAND, HUBERT — 7135 Meade St.. Pittsburgh 8, Pa.
HOLMES. CRAIG — West Second St., Waterford, Pa.
HOLQUIST. GARY — 31 16 Raspberry St., Erie, Pa.
HOLTZ, WILLIAM 1044 West 25th St.. Erie, Pa.
HORNAMAN, THOMAS — 833 East 26th St., Erie, Pa.
HUGHEY, FRANCIS 317 Washington Ave.. Oil City. Pa.
HUTZLER. RICHARD — 4002 Feidler Dr., Erie, Pa.
JACOX. MORGAN 4508 Homeland Blvd.. Erie, Pa.
JARZOMSKI. THOMAS — 419 East 5th St., Erie, Pa.
KACZMAREK. THOMAS — 1019/2 Reed St.. Erie. Pa.
KALICKI. ALEXANDER — 1421 East 8th St., Erie. Pa.
KAMINSKY, ANTHONY nil Homeland, Erie, Pa.
KARLE, JAMES 2931 Cochran St.. Erie. I'a
KEANE. MICHAEL — 31817 Glenhurst Rd.. WMowick, Ohio
KERCHANSKY. STEPHEN 909 Wagner St.. Carnegie, Pa.
KINGSLEY, RICHARD — 747 East 2 It), St . Erie, Pa.
KLAUS, THOMAS - 950 West 6th St., Erie. Pa.
KOLLER, FREDERICK — R.D. # 1 North East, Pa.
KONDZIELSKI, THADDEUS R.D. #5, Waterford, Pa.
KORN, JEROME E., — 1319 Atkins St., Erie. Pa.
KOSTER, EDWARD — 4303 Parade Blvd., Erie, Pa.
KRAINOCK, FRANK loin Ash St., Erie, Pa.
KRASNESKY \S II. 1. 1 AM R 1) --I, Hannon Rd.. Erie. Pa.
Kl UNs M.RIKI Bearcreek Rd., Fairview, Pa.
Kl/I\\ PAUL 15 Cooledge St., Buffalo, NA
LANDER, MICHAE1 R But 20th St, Erie, Pa.
LaPRK I. Klc HARD I I 29th St .Erie Pa
L.iRl S( II La\ I KM 210 Oehman, Buffalo 25, N \
I I \ Rl >Bl K 1 Main St., 1 ituiville, Pa
IIimiN NORMAN Moon tve., Kenmore N.^
I • I \l\ I R ROBER I 1121 Pern St . Brie Pa
It INC \\i. ( II VR1 ES Charlotte, Erie, Pa
I I u l m >\l \s I I edi ral Si Camden, N.J.
I 1 \\K( >w ICZ, RICH \RD 655 Weal Bth Si . Erie, Pa
I ll 151 I | Wll S i i Roaedale Ave Bri( Pa
I I I R v III RM \N fenny Lind, Mi Keeaport, Pa.
LOR1 no 1 VRR\ R D =1. Greenville, Pa
LUCIANO, NI< HOLAS H7 West 26th Si Erie, Pa.
IA \( 11 D\\ II) W9 K.isi 7th Si . Erie, Pa
MarKRELL IHOM\s 128 Moorhead St., Erie, Pa.
\l \( .1 R M >M I'll Weal Road, Mi Kean Pa
MAI o\ H II I \i DI5 Media, Pa
\l \RI \\l fOHN 1 I 1" Highland Ave., Coraopolia, Pa
\l \R( >l sio PE I KR 704 Baal 5th St, Erie, Pa.
MARTIN [AMESM 2619 German St, Erie, Pa.
\l \sm >\ wdriw 200 Second St, Rouaeville, Pa.
\| w INGO 9 Weil 18th St . Erie, Pa
\l W ES II \Rol.D R I> *1, Brookville, Pa
McALEER, rHOMAS 809 Hudson St., Hoboken, N.J.
Mc( \RIHV rERRANCI 1907 Edgewater Dr., Ashtabula,
M i ( )RM UK, RICHARD I" Birch St.. Bradford. Pa.
\M I RDY. DONALD RD =1. Davison Rd.. Harborcreek,
McENERY, lllo\l\s 507 \ndrcws Pk. Blvd.. Eric. Pa.
McGINTY, fOSEPH 423 F.Ik St.. Franklin, Pa.
McINTYRE, IOIIN R I). -4. Cony, Pa.
M< KEE, ROBER I 1 1 Vilsack St., Pittsburgh 2:5. Pa.
M< I \l (.III. IN. GERALD 238 Beachgrove, Erie, Pa.
\1.M\ITN1A DENNIS 1 1 16 West 34th St., Erie, Pa.
MEEDER, CLINTON - 168 Edmunds. Sherman. N.Y.
MEKO, IOIIN 1020 Cochran St., Erie, Pa.
MEN 1/ ill \RI.FS 5 17.' Glenwood Pk. Ave. Erie. Pa.
Ml Rll \R CARL 1 194 Fast Grandview Blvd.. Erie, Pa.
MESHANKO, ROBERT RD. #2, Box 258. Valencia, Pa.
MESSIN V fOSEPH 504 East 34th St.. Erie. Pa.
Ml SSINEO, LEON \RD 1 if) Melville St.. Rochester, N.Y.
ME 1 I I. sKI IOIIN 411 Florence St.. Ridgeway, Pa.
MIA MR. DANIEL 3005 Homestead. Erie. Pa.
MILLS, IOIIN 711 Pittsburgh Ave., Erie, Pa
MINGOY, ROBERT — 5135 West Ridge Road, Erie, Pa.
MOORF. CHARLES 1612 Sunset Dr.. Warren. Ohio
MOROSKY, ROBERT 350 East 2nd St.. Erie, Pa.
MORRISSEY, |OHN 529 Shunpike Rd.. Erie. Pa.
Ml >SER, ROBER I 1009 Parade St.. Erie. Pa.
MOSKF | \MFS 11 1 Fast 7th St., Erie. Pa.
Nl II A Dl II 208 Main St, Lake City, Pa.
NEWM \N. DAVID — 350 West 8th St.. Erie. Pa.
Nil HOLSON. WILLIAM 1832 West 29th St, Erie, Pa
O DONNFL. GEORGE - 1835 East Lake Road. Erie. Pa.
()K( I II WILLIAM 242 King St, Dunkirk, N.Y.
ORLANDO. NICHOLAS 1549 Delhficd Ave.. New York, N.Y.
OWEN, THOMAS 1214 West 30th St.. Eric, Pa.
PAIS, LOUIS Box 1 11. Leu is Run. Pa.
I'M I ERSON, | W1F.S M 410 North Maple. Mercer, Pa.
I'LRKOI II [OIIN 70 N. High St., Greenville, Pa.
PETERSON IOIIN 1240 West 11th St., Erie, Pa.
PI I S( II ERICH 56 So. Pearl St.. North East. Pa.
PI \N I V I IK )M \S '"it, F.,m 27th St., Erie, Pa.
PINIZOTTI, MYRON 6600 Pine Ave. Niagara Falls, N.Y.
I'll INl.R GERALD 150 Main St., West Seneca 54, N.Y.
PLAVI \N |OHN ! 17 Fast 28th St, Erie. Pa.
I'oDlill I ski I'M I | 1008 Marvin Ave., Erie, Pa
POLK VSTRO fOSEPH 554 Shearer St., Greensburg, Pa.
PONTZER fOSEPH 500 Spruce St., St Marys, Pa
PRENDERGAST, MICHAEL 1122 Chestnul Hill Dr.. Erie,
PRIESTAS Roi P'l. ; r .l Ave . Koppel, Pa.
>'MRK I'MRICK 217 Peach St, Erie, Pa
R \u \ EDWARD 1 137 Buffalo Rd., Erie. Pa.
KI ls| |< I iiom \s U54 Weal 7th St Erie, Pa.
REZMERSKI |<)HN 138 Showmut Ave., fohnsonburg, Pa
Rl I si MIR RONALD K)7 Baal 18th St Erie, Pa.
RIZZO LOI IS p, :,„,, \\.- . Erie. Pa.
Rl in | Wll S ■ 9 Libert) St Erie, Pa
RYAN IOIIN Pleasant Road. Erie. Pa
KM5\K 1 1 Wll) 143 Cadman Dr., Williamtville, N.Y
S \DI.FR. |OSEPH Marsh Creek Rd.. Kent. N.Y.
SALAMON RICHARD I 104 Brewster St.. Erie. Pa.
s\l R, DAVID 555 East 12th St.. Erie. Pa.
SCHAEFFER WILLIAM 242 Fast 5th St., Erie. Pa.
SCHAAF CHARLES 3750 Station Rd.. Erie. Pa.
SCHIGAS EDWARD 920 Clifton Dr., Erie, Pa
SI HMI I I NORBERT 624 Excelsior St., Pittsburgh 10, Pa.
SCHULTZ, ROBERT 245 East 32nd St.. Erie. Pa.
SCHUMACHER, | Wll s 1701 Mt, Joseph St.. Pittsburgh 10.
SI in IT WALT Lucinda, Pa.
SEBALD WIIIONV 1 110 West 9th St., Erie, Pa.
-I Dl I AH BR, ROBERT 1842 East Lake Road. Erie. Pa.
SEETHALER, MICHAEL— 2118 Elsie St., Pittsburgh 10. Pa.
SERAFINI, GERALD - 1261 Forrest St., Coalsport. Pa.
si I IF DOMENIC 2925 Cherry St.. Erie. Pa.
sill l.SF.R. [OSEPH— 407 Highland Ave., Punxsutawney. Pa.
sllll'l.lA DAN I 16 Weal 31st St.. Erie, Pa.
SIGNORELLI, JOHN 1416 Weal 35th St . Erie. Pa.
SIMMONS fEROME 2632 Myrtle St., Erie, Pa.
SKIDMORE, STEVE KI) -2. Summeraville, Pa.
skill |OHN RD =1. Harborcreek, Pa.
SMI III, THOMAS RD. =2. Guyi Mills, Pa.
SMOLINSKI. JOHN 5506 Fulda Dr.. Erie, Pa.
SOBON. WALTER - - 1827 Tyler. Aliquippa, Pa.
SODFR CHARLES 1544 West 31st St.. Erie, Pa.
SPRINGER, WILLIAM RD. -1, Basking Ridge. N.J.
s I ALSKI, ICOR — 132 East 3rd St., Erie, Pa.
STAMM. ROBERT 320 Winthrop St.. Toledo, Ohio
STANK I FW ICZ. AL 3106 Marvin Ave., Erie. Pa.
ST ANON IS. STANLEY Star Route, Cooperstown. Pa.
STASZEWSKI. STANLEY — 429 East Grandview Blvd.. Erie.
STEWART, ROBERT 261 Bissell Ave., Oil City, Pa.
STRAUB, WILLIAM — 633 Euclid Ave.. Erie, Pa.
STUBENHOFER. NORMAN — 458 East 24th St.. Erie. Pa.
STUMP. BAILEY 944 Union Ave., Ashtabula, Ohio
SULECKI. WAYNE 1414 East 9th St., Erie, Pa.
SVOREN. DONALD 211 Oakgrove Dr., Williamsville, N.Y.
SW ANSON. PAUL — 633 West 1 1th St., Erie, Pa.
SWIDERSKI, JERRY — 727 Beaumont Ave., Erie, Pa.
SWITALA, WILLIAM — 1505 Sterling St., Pittsburgh 3, Pa.
SZYMANOWICZ, PHILIP — 1929 East 7th St., Erie, Pa.
SZYMANSKI, JOSEPH - Glen Hazle Rd., Wilcox, Pa.
TEED. VINCENT — 321 Craig St., Erie, Pa.
TIRABASSO, DANIEL - 829 West 10th St., Erie, Pa.
TITUS, GEORGE — Pulluvila, Trivandrum, India
TROZZO, ERNEST — 3013 Lake Ave.. Ashtabula, Ohio
TRZECIAK. DAVID — 509 Greenridge Rd., New Knesington,
TUBBES, DAVID — 517 West Spruce St., Titusville, Pa.
TURNER, JOSEPH — 106 Fairfield, Buffalo 14, N.Y.
UHRMACHER, THOMAS — 328 Lighthouse St., Erie, Pa.
ULRIGH, ROBERT — 218 West 26th St., Erie, Pa.
UMPIROWICZ, JOSEPH — 2716 Pearl St., Erie, Pa.
VACCA, NICHOLAS — 7 Bangor St.. Pittsburgh 11, Pa.
VACEK, JOHN — 711 German St.. Erie, Pa.
VAIL, JOHN — 305 Maple St., Emporium, Pa.
VANTASSEL, DeRONDE — 244 Benzinger St., Buffalo, N.Y.
VERGA, CHARLES — 609 Cranberry St.. Erie, Pa.
VENDETTI. CHESTER — 3502 Cherry St., Erie, Pa.
VERONE, JOHN — 428 Lawrene Ave.. Ellwood City, Pa.
VOLK, JOHN — 710 Highland Ave., Johnstown, Pa.
WALSH, ROBERT — 253 Franklin St., Corry, Pa.
WALTZ, DONALD — 1155 Buffalo Rd., Erie. Pa.
WARDANSKL JOSEPH — 1325 Lynn St.. Erie, Pa.
WARDELL, PATRICK — 237 West 21st St., Erie, Pa.
W \R.NFKA, THOMAS — 406 Hess Ave., Erie, Pa.
WEINDORFF. DONALD — 703 Nevada Dr.. Erie. Pa.
WELLS, LEE 1004 Martha Ave.. Pittsburgh 28. Pa.
WENRICK, WILLIAM - 208 Myrtle St., Erie, Pa.
WFYAND. CHARLES — 2523 Poplar St., Erie, Pa.
WHITE. PETE 915 Park Ave., Farrell, Pa.
WIENCZKOWSKI. HENRY — 2213 Parade St., Erie, Pa.
WIESFN. THOMAS — 429 East Grandview Blvd. Erie. Pa.
WILHELM, WILLIAM — 1808 East 6th St., Erie. Pa.
W I F I'M AN. JAMES 331 East 35th St.. Erie, Pa.
WOJCIECHOWSKI, JOHN — 702 East 23rd St., Eric, Pa.
WOLF .GERALD 323 East 38th St., Erie, Pa.
WOLFHOPE, HENRY 118 Churchill St.. Johnstown. Pa.
YOUNG, ROBERT 2919 Auburn St.. Eric. Pa.
ZGRAGGEN, MARTIN 1 12 Century Dr., West Seneca. N.Y
/II /.ll LA, RONALD 95 Reed St.. Buffalo, N.Y.
ZIMPFFR. JAMES 341 Wabash Ave . Kenmorc. N.Y.
ADAMSKI, WILLIAM 58 Pearl St., Blasdell 19, NY.
AHL. DENNIS 8612 Bast Lake Rd .. Erie, Pa.
\Kl S W \LTER 745 Bast 23rd St., Erie, l'a
ALEXANDER, DENNIS 541 West Gore Blvd.. Erie. Pa
\1 WARD. GERALD 3937 Crestmont Ave., Erie, Pa.
AMENDOLA, RICHARD 627 East 4th St., Erie. Pa.
AMEN I'A. LAWRENCE — 77 Robinson St.. North East. Pa.
ANDREWS, MA II HEW 2919 Palmgreen Ave., McKeesport,
ANGELO 1TI. THOMAS 1 119 Brewster St., Erie, Pa.
AN DM. IK. PAUL R D #2, Girard, Pa
BABLAK. [AMES 1049 East 10th St.. Erie, Pa.
BAILEY, ROBERT 320 East Colombus Ave., Cony, Pa.
BAKER, ALEXANDER 699 Cohasset Dr., Sharon, Pa.
BAKER, DAVID 243 Berkshire. Buffalo, NY
BA1.1.AY. RONALD Highland Dr.. Leechburg, Pa.
BALTER, PETER 1 109 East 25th St., Erie, Pa.
BANIEWICZ, 1 HOMAS 3915 Greengarden Blvd., Erie, Pa.
BARRON. RICHARD 501 Parade St., Erie, Pa.
BARRY. EDWARD 507 East 26th St.. Erie. Pa.
BATTAGL1 V SAMUEL 108 Third Ave.. Koppel, Pa.
BATTELLINO, THOMAS 28 Wilson Ave., Greensburg, Pa.
BEHAN. FRANCIS 908 East 23rd St., Erie, Pa.
BLASZCZYK, JOSEPH 931 East 30th St.. Erie, Pa.
BLE.NKE. HENRY 100 Archangela Ave.. Colonia, N.J.
BOBANGO, GERALD 2230 Eastern Ave., Weslevville, Pa.
BONAVITA, DENNIS 412 Beech St., Warren, Pa.
BONDY, DAVID 536 West Core Rd., Erie. Pa.
BORCHICK. ALBERT 6201 Brownsville Rd.. Pittsburgh, Pa.
BORDEN. ROBERT - 1221 East 26th St.. Erie, Pa.
BOWES. RICHARD 625 West 6th St.. Erie, Pa.
BOWLER. ROBERT — Star Route, Meadville, Pa.
BRACE. IOH.N 378 West 35th St., Ashtabula, Ohio
BRADLEY. THOMAS 241 North Hill Rd., Colonia, N.J.
BROM. BRIAN 449 West Park St.. Sharon. Pa.
BROSANC. WILLIAM - 1919 Stafford St.. Farrell, Pa.
BROSKI. DAVID — 2505 Lake Avenue, Ashtabula, Ohio
BROWN. JOSEPH 42 3 West 26th St., Ashtabula, Ohio
BROWN. WILLIAM — 1118 Atkins St., Erie, Pa.
BRUCCER. ROBERT — 3817 Beech Ave., Erie, Pa.
BRUNCSAK. JOSEPH — 1611 Kimball Ave., Arnold. Pa.
BRL'NNER. DENNIS — 2426 Pierce Ave., Niagara Falls, N.Y.
BUFFAMONTI. FRANK — 115 School St., Buffalo, N.Y.
BURCKART, RAY — 700 Thornton St.. Sharon, Pa.
BURDICK. ROBERT — 2638 Putnam Dr., Erie, Pa.
BURR. (.ERARD — 215 Longacre St., Erie, Pa.
BYRNES. JACK — 7500 Calumet St., Erie, Pa.
CALABRESE. PATRICK — 424 Parade St., Erie, Pa.
CALDWELL. DENNIS — 1215 West 10th St., Erie, Pa.
CAMMARATA. FRANK — 31 Knox Ave., Buffalo, N.Y.
CAMP. TERRENCE — 308 Hone Ave., Oil City, Pa.
CAMPANELLA. ANTHONY — 1137 West 38th St., Erie, Pa.
CAMPBELL. RODNEY — 532 First Ave., Tarentum. Pa.
CARGIOLI. JOSEPH — 3819 Elmwood Ave., Erie, Pa.
CASCIANO. ANTHONY — 224 Benzinger St., Buffalo. N.Y.
CHADONTC. JOHN — 720 Blaw Ave., Pittsburgh 38, Pa.
CHAPIN. GALE — 80 Weed St.. Emporium, Pa.
CHUTE. EDWARD — 7015'/; Churchland, Pittsburgh. Pa.
CIANELLA. JOHN — 3031 Ellsworth Ave., Erie, Pa
COFFEY. CLIFFORD — 1336 West 40th St.. Erie. Pa.
COHEN. MERLE — 126 East 31st St., Erie, Pa.
COLTON. GORDON, 3125 Hazel St., Erie, Pa.
COLUCCI. RONALD — 2219 Taggert St., Wesleyville, Pa.
COLWELL. CHARLES — 420 East W'illow Ext., Meadville, Pa.
COMI. JOHN — 1353 West 38th St.. Erie, Pa.
COOLEY. JOSEPH — 34 Sterling Ave., Buffalo, N.Y.
COTTRELL. RICHARD — 3017 Glenwood Pk.. Erie, Pa.
COYLE, THOMAS — 3702 Jules Lane, Wantogh, N.Y.
CRANE. GERALD — 1060 Silliman Ave.. Erie, Pa.
CRANE. JAMES — 1401 Central Dr.. Erie, Pa.
CRESANTA. JOHN — 7209 Pine Road. Pittsburgh, Pa.
CROWLEY. MICHAEL — 1687 West 14th St., Erie, Pa.
CUNNINGHAM. JOHN — 54 Seventh St.. Mansfield, Pa.
CUNNINGHAM. EUGENE — 118 Washington Ave., Oil City,
DAHLE. RICHARD — Drake St., Titusville, Pa.
D'ARCANGELO, RICHARD — RD. #1, Jackson Center, Pa.
DARYISH. ARBOLLAH — Tehran, Iran
DAVIS. DONALD — 1080 Lakemont Dr., Meadville, Pa.
DAVIS. THOMAS — 1080 Lakemont Dr., Meadville, Pa.
DAVIS, WADE — 1827 West 9th St., Erie, Pa.
DAX. EDWARD — 445 Kennedy Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.
DEARBORN. WILLIAM — 2211 Mvrtle St., Erie. Pa.
DeCARLUCCI. AUGUSTINE — 221 Lenox St.. Uniontown,
DECKER. RON \LD 2 r jl0 Cherry* St.. Erie, Pa.
DELANEY, RUSSELL — 460 East 6th St., Erie, Pa.
DELETT. EUGENE — 116 S. Second St.. Greenville, Pa.
DelGO'I'IO. JOHN (9 State St., Manchester, N.Y.
DelPORTO. DOUGLAS 326 Marshall Dr., Erie, Pa.
DeMAISON. GARY - RD. -2. Guys Mills, Pa
DeMATTEO, JOHN —951 East 31st St., Erie, Pa.
DENNY, ANTHONY — 260 East 5th St., Erie, Pa.
DESSER. THOMAS — 1120 East 30th St., Erie. Pa.
DEVERSE, FREDERICK 1517 Broad St., Grecnsburu Pa
DIANGELIS, ALPHONSE — 122 W. Cypress St.. Kennettsquare,
DILLENKOFER, JOHN 711 Deer St., Dunkirk, N.Y.
DiMODICA, WILLIAM 60 Soundview St., New Rochclk, N.Y.
DiMONACO, MICHAEL 812 Powell Ave Erie, Pa.
DiTULLIO, JOHN — 928 East 28th St., Erie, Pa.
DiVINCENZO, CARL 1335 N. Main St., Washington. Pa
DIN INS, JAMES — 342 Parkside Dr., Erie, Pa.
DODSON, KENNETH - 708 West 10th St., Erie, Pa.
DOLAN, JOHN 265 Daugherty Ave., Sharon, Pa.
DONEGAN, ROBERT Midway Blvd., Conneaut Lake, Pa.
DONNELLY, JAMES - 330 Crescent Ave., Buffalo, N.Y.
DOWLING, RICHARD 306 W. Spring St., Titusville, Pa.
DOWNING, ALLEN 76 Walker Ave., Bradford, Pa.
DOYLE. DENNIS 3844 Sunset Blvd., Erie, Pa.
DRAVES, BRIAN 507 Canary St., Dunkirk, N.Y.
DUDENHOEFER, JAMES 4321 Branch St., Erie, Pa.
DURKIN, KEVIN — 606 Deer St., Dunkirk, N.Y.
DYMSKI, RONALD 758 East 9th St., Erie, Pa.
EDKIN, RICHARD — 539 Virginia Ave., Erie, Pa.
EISERT, MARTIN -- 3217 West 25th St., Erie, Pa.
ELLIOT, HERBERT — 404 Hess Ave., Erie, Pa.
EMMONS, CHARLES — 420 Beachgrove Dr., Erie, Pa.
ENGLAND, THOMAS — 716 Roselawn Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.
EVANS, MARTIN 1813 Fifth Ave., Arnold, Pa.
FAHEY, RICHARD — 958 West 9th St., Erie, Pa.
FERKO, DAVID 151 Grahamville St., North East, Pa.
FERRARO, LEO — 1100 Ninth Avenue, Brockway, Pa.
FETZNER, ARTHUR — 1209 Priestly Ave.. Erie. Pa.
FETZNER, TOSEPH - 1104 East 12th St., Erie Pa.
FISHER, JOHN — 48 West 34th St., Erie, Pa.
FLAHERTY, WILLIAM — 225 Goodrich St., Erie, Pa.
FLATLEY, JOHN — 822 West 24th St., Erie, Pa.
FLYNN, DANIEL — 157 Hempstead Ave., Buffalo, N.Y.
FLYNN, JOHN — 1 1 17 McCleary St., McKeesport, Pa.
FOHT, CHARLES — 3022 Greengarden Blvd.. Erie, Pa.
FORBES, DALE — 1041 E. Grandview Blvd., Erie. Pa.
FREEMAN, DARRELL — 1237 East 19th St., Erie, Pa.
FREEMAN, THEODORE -- 1326 Leishman Ave.. New Ken-
FREW, DAVID — 939 West 4th St., Erie, Pa.
GAEDICKE, ARTHUR — RD. #6, Meadville, Pa.
GALLICK, THOMAS —216 Amelia St., McKeesport, Pa.
GAMBLE, KENNETH — 281 1 Cascade St., Erie, Pa.
GARN, GARY — 1704 Center St., Wesleyville, Pa.
GAYDOS, DENNIS — 649 East 34th St., Erie Pa.
GEGENFURTNER, GEORGE — 46 Erb St., Buffalo N Y
GEHRLEIN, NORMAN — 1044 West 20th St.. Erie, Pa.
GENTILE, WILLIAM — 1825 West 26th St., Erie, Pa.
GEIERMAN, RICHARD 2840 Hastings Rd., Erie, Pa.
GITTERE, ROBERT — 78 West Fifth St., Dunkirk, N.Y.
GIZOLI, LOUIS — 315 Lake Ave., Erie, Pa.
GLEBA, CHESTER — 1030 E. Grandview Blvd.. Erie. Pa.
GOELLNER, JOHN — 2680 Cherry St., Erie, Pa.
GOMINIAK. JOHN — Armes Court, Gowanda, N.Y.
GOODRICK. JAMES —157 Bentley Ave., Sharon. Pa.
GORDON, WILLIAM — 612 East 28th St., Erie. Pa.
GORSKL JOHN — 3841 Fruit St.. Erie, Pa.
GOTT. GILBERT — 344 24th St., Erie. Pa.
GRACE, PATRICK — 2 Mission Dr., Pittsburgh. Pa.
GRANDE. LOUIS — 448 West 17th St.. Erie. Pa.
GRANETTO, PAUL — 2331 Glendale. Erie. Pa.
GRANT, THOMAS — 426 State St., Conneaut, Ohio
GRAY, THOMAS — 93-1793 Ave., New York, N.Y.
GRIFFITH. JOHN — 4019 English Ave.. Erie, Pa.
GRUZOSKY, RICHARD — R.D. #1, Girard, Pa.
GUEST, BRIAN - 674 McKinley PKWY., Buffalo 20. N.Y.
GUIANEN, JOHN — 917 Penna. Ave., Erie, Pa.
HABURSKY. WILLIAM — 923 Hess Ave., Erie, Pa.
HAIBACH, GARY — 3910 Trask Ave., Erie, Pa.
HAMMER, MARTIN — State Road, St. Marys, Pa.
HANAS. GEORGE — Lundys Lane, Pa.
HANTON. DAVID — 5 West 9th Street. Oil City, Pa.
HART, JAMES - 1201 West 8th, Erie, Pa.
HAYES. RICHARD — 442 East 23rd, Erie, Pa.
HEALEY. TERRENCE — 145 Pleasant St., Bradford, Pa.
HEBERT. JAY 2664 Peach St.. Erie, Pa.
HEIL. EDWARD — 178 Melrose St., Rochester, N.Y.
HOGE. EUGENE — Walnut St., Floreffe, Pa.
HOMANSKY, MICHAEL — R.D. #1, Box 29, Cranesville,
HUBER, JOHN R.D. -1. Volencia, Pa.
HUTYLER, WILLIAM inn.' Feidler Dr., Eric Pa.
[NTRIERI, EUGENE 2215 Perry Si Erie, Pa.
JABLONSKI, KENNETH — 1147 East 30th St., Erie, Pa.
JANOSKY. ROBERT 1081 Edecwood Rd., New Kensingti
I wo\ K K MKHM.l. Meyer Ave., New Cutle,
I VRGIE1 LO I'M L 642 East 25tl Pi
I \/w i\ski KK II \KD S5 Sharon R.I . West Middlesex, I'..
II \i H >ll\ Lusine Aw fohnitown, Pa
|. >HNS< >n G UO W ml Si . Corry, Pa.
Kl 1 1.1 N 1 IK >\l \s M 1 Elm M I itiuville, Pa
KIWI UN EUGEN1 !97 Linden Ave., Oil City, Pa.
Kl wi in MI< II Ml. 52 Donald Ave Perth Amboy,
Kl RN1 R ROB1 R 1 I Cochran Street, Erie, Pa
KlsMIK LAWRENC1 »4 Colorado St., Pituburgh 12,
KRS I I I I I R w 111 I Wl 5 I8| . Main Si . Corry, Pa
Kl > i DONA! D Weil Mahoning, Punxsutawney, Pa
KIM, DON Ml) ■ ■ S Oakland Ave., Sharon, Pa
KIRBERGER BRIAN Kl) *l, Guyi Mills, Pa
Kl 1 HI S I IK )\l \s 1500 Lake Pleasant Road, Erie, Pa.
Kl l l\ Kl wi l II 624 Wesi 25d Pa
KI.INK 1 VMES lil Folgei St., Buffalo, N ^
KLUGIEWICZ ROBER1 111 East Avenue, Erie, Pa
K\< x III I |()ll\ 1101 Auburn Si , Erie, Pa.
Ki X II RI< II \RD BO Darlick Ave., Hamburg, N.Y.
KOCH LEON \RD R 877 Freedom Ave . Johnstown, Pa.
KiHll r.JOHNA 228 State St., Albion, Pa
KOMESARSKI, JOSEPH R RD #1, Cranesville, Pa.
Kol'i ZNSKI, ROBERT 1009 Wayne St . Erie, Pa.
Ki)\ \l.( HICK, IIIOMAS 1221 Leishman Ave., New Ken-
lington, I'. i
K( )W VLSKI, WALLAC1 ; East 1 1th St, Erie, Pa.
KO/.IK JOSEPH i 10th St., Eric. Pa.
KRAELING, JOHN B 1R 965 Beechwood Dr., Meadville
KRAKOWSKI, WALTER J. — 68 Ingham Ave., Lackawanna,
KRANTZ, HRl CE B 712 Hess Ave., Erie, Pa.
KRINN DAVID | . 2717 Houston St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
KRIS I I Wsl \ s | | WART _>80_< Legion. Erie, Pa.
KROTOSZYNSKI, THOMAS J. 142 East 15th St., Erie, Pa.
KR1 SZEWSKI, WILLIAM 1107 Pennsylvania Ave.. Erie. Pa.
KUH\R EDWARD H., 917 East 8th St.. Erie. Pa.
KWASNIEWSKI, ROBERT 220 Lake Shore Drive. Dunkirk.
KWI VTKOWSKI, JEROME R. -817 East 28th St., Erie. Pa.
KWIECINSKI, PAUL D. 9 Renwick St.. Pittsburgh 10, Pa.
LaC \S1 RO, EDWARD 2612 Chestnut St.. Erie. Pa.
1 \i EY, ROBERT H49 French St., Erie. Pa.
LAMPART, WILLIAM 15 Humber Ave.. Buffalo 15. NY.
LALLEY, DENNIS M 107 Ashley Dr.. Blasdell 19, N.Y.
LAM \R KEVIN I 1050 Hershey, Erie. Pa.
LANDER, JOSEPH mil West 5th St., Erie. Pa.
LANGER WILLIAM A. JR. - Iroquois Ave., Harborcreek. Pa.
LANIEWICZ, P IIIOMAS 631 East 3rd St., Erie. Pa.
LAST! >\\SKI LEONARD 7 l<) East .'1st St.. Erie. Pa.
LAURILA, GERALD 1111 West 5th St., Erie. Pa.
LAWRENCE, PALL 307 East 5th St., Erie. Pa.
LAZORCHAK, IOSEPH F. 90 I Hess Ave.. Erie, Pa.
RCHICK, THOMAS — 822 Wechler Ave.. Erie. Pa.
I • I \l\ T.R. LAWRENCE 3221 Reed St., Erie. Pa.
LEPKOWSKI, BERNARD R.I) =1. French Creek — Cly-
LIN/. RON \I.D R I) -l. Meadville, Pa.
I.IVORIO. WILLIAM 1 110 Harvard Ave.. Natrona Heights,
I i>( Kl. JOHN .'118 Prospect Ave. Erie, Pa.
LOESCH RAYMOND 105 Shenley Dr., Erie, Pa.
I oi s( || ROBERT 4455 Emmett Dr.. Erie. Pa.
I OHM Don VLD 120 East 34th St., Erie. Pa.
II Nix, kin DONALD 1033 Montpelier Ave., Erie, Pa.
1.1 NGER G \RY Goodrich Si . Eric Pa.
II PIANO, VINCEN1 1160 Park Ave., New York, N.Y.
L> N< 11 EDVS \RD lExetei We . Eur. Pa.
LYNN RICHNRD W2 Euclid Ave., Erie, Pa.
Mai DONALD. I IK >M \s 2918 Plum St . Erie, Pa
M \( lOGE, TERRY 827 Todd Ave., Ellwood City, Pa.
M Mil R Ioiin i 10 Oak Grove St . Oil City, Pa
M Mill \RD I VMES R I) *6, Meadville, Pa
MAJEWSK1 FRANK 844 East 22nd St., Erie, Pa
MANCUSCO ANTHONY RD =1. Meadville, Pa.
M \N(,ol. | Wli.s i i Vine St . Girard, Pa.
MARCINKO DKNNls 1712 Poplar St., Greensburg, Pa.
MARKIF.UK/ IIK)M\s RD =7. Wales R.I . Erie Pa.
\1 \K I IN D\\ ID 55 I South v.' Bradford, Pa
Marion \niiiona Bast Lake Rd., Erie, Pa
M \ I I is iiwil) l 19 Basi llstSi I rie Pa
M \ I I s | wil.s ',i 1 1 Lexingtoi Si I rie, Pa
M WIN I R \N( is \ • i oraopolis, Pa.
M W Bl RR 1 ) [OHN R I) =1. Lake City, Pa
M ■ WM.na |ollN Confei Kvt Johnstown, Pa
M < M I B Gl i >l«-l 1 i ■ Pa
Mi CLASKEY, JAMES — 889 Vankirk St., Clairton, Pa.
McCORMICK, WILLIAM —911 Almira Ave., New Castle, Pa.
McCRAREY, ROBERT — 2705 Monroe Ave., Erie. Pa.
M.C.M (.HEY. ROBERT R.I). =1. North East, Pa.
McGl INN ESS. JAMES — 8519 Frankstown Rd.. Pittsburgh 21.
Mi KENNA, JAMES — 375 Glenda Dr., Beaver Falls, Pa.
Mi LAI i.HLI.N. RICHARD — 2720 Seneca St., West Seneca,
Mi WHIRTER, JOHN 120 Taylor Ave. Pittsburgh, Pa.
MEISTER. ROBERT — 610 Roslyn Ave,. Erie, Pa.
MESLEY, JERI R D. =2, Guys Mills, Pa.
MEYER BLASE 1 165 Race St., McKeesport, Pa.
MILLER JOHN 1250 East 31st St., Erie, Pa.
MIR W I 1. VINCENT - - 918 Third St., Ellwood, Pa.
MISCHE, GEORGE — 1761 Seventh St. South, St. Cloud, Min-
MODZELEWSKI, PA1 I. 911 East 10th St., Erie. Pa.
M( IRAN, PAUL — 553 West 29th St., Erie. Pa.
MORAN. MICHAEL 1867 Willon Ave. Niagara Falls, N.Y.
MOSKAT, EDWARD — 225 West 6th St.. Erie, Pa.
MUELLWE, CERARD P., — West Creek, Emporium. Pa.
MULLEN, DENNIS M., — 3106 Cascade St., Erie, Pa.
MURPHY, PETER P. — 603 N. Dallas Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Ml RPHY, TIMOTHY — 355 29th St., Erie, Pa.
MURRAY, ELMO D., JR. 431 Peach St.. Erie, Pa.
MUSANTE, EUGENE - 200 Cayuga Ave., Warren, Pa.
MUSANTE, LOUIS P. — 420 Crescent Pk., Warren, Pa.
Ml SEARALLA, STEPHEN J. 170 Auburn. Buffalo. N.Y.
MUSIN, DONALD — 3264 Leechburg Rd.. New Kensington, Pa.
MYERS. ARTHUR L. — 2535 Crescent Dr., Eric Pa.
NAGORSKY, RICHARD — 6509 East Lake Road, Erie, Pa.
N'A.NZ. GERARD R. - 2779 Glenmawr Ave. Pittsburgh 4. Pa.
NASH. ROBERT L. — 3635 Lancaster Rd., Erie, Pa.
NEWBERRY. JERRY' M. 4445 Wildberry Lane. Erie, Pa.
NIERATKO. ROBERT M. — 629 Indiana Dr.. Erie. Pa.
MILES, LAWRENCE C. 2666 Putnam Dr.. Erie, Pa.
OLDAKOWSKI. ALBERT J. — 430 East 9th St.. Erie. Pa.
OLIVER. DAVID R. — 16 Edgewood Dr.. Oil City, Pa.
OLOWIN, JAN C. 1739 Prospect Ave., Erie, Pa.
ORZEPOWSKI. WALTER — 1021 Lilliman. Eric Pa
OSTROWSKI. DAVID E. — 424 East 34th St., Erie. Pa.
OSTROWSKI. THOMAS RD. =5,, Gunnison Rd.. Erie. Pa.
OTTAVIANI. ANTHONY N. — 166 North Ogden. Buffalo 6.
OTTE.N. WALTER H. — 365 East 36th St.. Erie. Pa.
OSWALD. GEORGE J. — 1015 Actrd Dr.. Ellwood Citv. Pa.
PACE. PETER F. — Lewis Run. Pa.
PAKELA. THONIAS A. 319 Short St.. Erie. Pa.
PAKULSKI. ROBERT J. — 1211 Liberty Ave. Natrona Heights.
PALCIC. WILLIAM M. — 56 Bader Ave. Gowanda. N.Y.
PALERMO, ANTHONY — 112 Clinton. North East, Pa.
PALMER. DOUGLAS — 1217 West 29th St.. Erie. Pa.
PALMIRI. JAMES V. - - 509 East Ave. Newark, New York
PARMARTER. RAYMOND — RD. #1, North Gulf Rd.. North
PAWLACZYK, WILLIAM F. — 633 East 25th St., Erie, Pa.
PEARS. ROBERT P. — R.D. #1, Sharpsville. Pa.
PELKOWSKI. BERNARD R. — 348 East 24th St.. Erie. Pa.
PFISTER. FREDERICK W. — 711 Hess Ave, Erie, Pa.
PIERALLINI, FRED E. 521 Thompson Ave. Clarion, Pa.
POHAN. CHARLES — 706 Catalpa St.. New Kensington, Pa.
PRATT. RICHARD — 1000 Aetna Dr.. Ellwood City. Pa.
PRAWDZIK. DAVID A. 632 East 28th St.. Erie. Pa.
PRIBON'IC. PHILLIP— 1543 Greenock. Buena Vista Rd..
PI ETTE. JAMES P. 3650 Stoneleigh St.. Cleveland Heights.
OUIGLEY. JAMES 3312 Francisco St.. Pittsburgh 4. Pa.
RADKOWSKI, STEPHEN P. — 905 N. Water Ave. Sharon.
RADKOWSKI. JOHN R. 1 145 March St.. Sharon, Pa.
RALEIGH. RICHARD 129 East 29th St.. Eric Pa.
RAMIREZ. ARMANDO E. - Box 2885. San Juan. Puerto
RANALLO, THOMAS 15 Shorham, Buffalo. N.Y.
RAY, JAMES f> Church St., Greenville, Pa.
REDDINGER, THONIAS 557 West 31st St., Eric Pa.
REGNER, IOSEPH 2948 Peach St.. Erie, Pa.
REILLY, JOHN 2010 16th St., Niagara Falls. N.Y.
REIMAN, JAMES R.D. -2. North East, Pa.
REVSCHER, THOMAS 133 Maurus St.. St. Marys, Pa.
RICH. LEONARD M.uth St, New Castle. Pa.
RITCHIE. GERALD I (53 West _'<»th St.. Erie. Pa.
RIZZO, RONALD 70 Wall St, North East. Pa.
ROCCO) BENJAMIN P.O Box 523, Ellwood City, Pa.
RODGERS, JAMES 122 Eliza St . Hout/dalc Pa.
ROEHRI. RICHARD 626 Mowhawk Dr.. Eric, Pa.
ROSS. BRUCE — 2627 Wolverine Dr., Erie, Pa.
RUFFNER. RONALD — 132 Random Rd.. Coin. Pa.
RUSHIN, ANDREW 728 Linden Ave. Johnstown, Pa.
RUSTERHOLTZ. DALE - - 4569 West 38th St., Eric. Pa.
RUTA, SAMUEL 1211 Fulton St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
SAMBUCHINO, RICHARD 1648 West 23rd St., Eric, Pa.
SAVIOLA, BRIAN - 192 Lafayette Blvd., Williamsville, N.Y,
SCALISE. ANTHONY —613 Broun Ave., Erie, Pa.
SCHAAF, DENNIS — 449 West 4th St., Erie. Pa
SCHAUT, JOHN — 415 Washington, St Mans. Pa.
SCHMIT. MARY 1352 West 28th St., Erie. Pa.
SCHOENBE1N, JAMES 320 Hess Ave., Erie. Pa.
SCHOSSLER. RAYMOND 323 E. Spring St., Titusville, Pa
SCHREIBER. DONALD 620 Hall Ave, St. Mans, Pa.
SCHWARTZ. WILLIAM 303 Olympia St., Pittsburgh 11. Pa.
SCULLY. TIMOTHY 223 French St., Eric. Pa.
SEDELMYER. CHARLES 230 Sanford Place. Erie. Pa.
SE1DEL, RICHARD -- 610 Kahkwa Blvd., Eric, Pa.
SEPSI, GARY 6208 Ravmond Court. Erie. Pa.
SHANK. JAMES — 421 Lincoln Ave. Erie. Pa.
SHARRER. C.EORGE — RD. #6. Wales Rd.. Erie, Pa.
SHATTUCK, PALL — 416 Parkway Dr., Erie. Pa.
SHEEDY, SCOTT — 104 Homewoo'd Ave., Pittsburgh 8, Pa.
SHERIDAN. MICHAEL — 1252 Album St., Pittsburgh 6. Pa.
SIEC.EL. JAMES 432 Chelsea Ave.. Erie. Pa.
SKRZYPCZAK. JEROME — 418 Lighthouse. Erie, Pa.
SMITH. RICHARD — P.O. Box 42. McKean, Pa.
SMITH, THOMAS — 507 East 6th St.. Erie. Pa.
SMOULDER. BLAIR — 30/a Walnut St.. Warren. Pa.
SNIDERWINE. THOMAS — 1 146 Griswald St., Sharon, Pa.
SOLAZZO. JOSEPH — 1148 West 31st St., Erie, Pa.
SORENSON. JOHN — 113 East Ave. Eric, Pa.
SOUTHWORTH. RICHARD — 3518 Ellsworth Ave, Erie, Pa.
SPIEGEL, DENNIS — 655 West 26th St., Erie, Pa.
STAMPEE. ROBERT — RD. =2, Emporium, Pa.
STANCZAK. DAVID — 813 East 10th St., Erie, Pa.
STASIK. JOHN - Coalport. Pa.
STAYDUHAR. EDWARD — RD. =1. Townville, Pa.
STEMMLER. FRANK — 1000 Main St., Coraopolis, Pa.
STEPHENS. THOMAS — 1214 West 32nd St., Erie. Pa.
STRAIN. CHARLES — 3100 Ashlvn St.. Pittsburgh 4, Pa.
STUCZYNSKI. EDMUND — 2320 East Ave, Erie, Pa.
STROLLO. MICHAEL — 9 Olin Ave. Batavia, N.Y.
SULESKI. JOHN — 1054 East 4th St., Erie. Pa.
SULKOWSKI. RAY — 627 East 30th St.. Erie, Pa.
SWENCKI. VINCENT — 823 Hess Ave. Erie. Pa.
SYBYL. LAWRENCE — 3403 Old French Rd.. Erie, Pa.
SZEWCZYKOWSKI. CHARLES — 441 East 12th St., Erie. Pa.
SZIRISKI. ALEX — 1230 Custer Dr., Erie Pa.
TACKLEY. CLYDE — 257 Lisle Rd.. Owego, N.Y.
TARKOWSKI. RICHARD — 1934 Wagner Ave. Erie, Pa.
THEISS. JOHN — 338 West 26th St.. Erie, Pa.
THOMPSON. JOHN — 707 West 50th St., Erie, Pa.
TIMON. THOMAS — 809 Cherry St.. Erie. Pa.
TISI. CHARLES — 450 West Main St.. Geneva, Ohio
TAFLINSKI. JOHN — 551 East 21st St.. Erie. Pa.
TOMLIN. DAVID — 615 East 4th St.. Erie. Pa.
TOTH. THOMAS — 612 Twitmyer Ave. Sharpsville. Pa.
TUNNEY, DAVID — 1342 West 41st St., Erie. Pa.
TUTAY, GEORGE — 12 Sterling Ave. Buffalo 16, N.Y.
URBAN! AK. BERNARD — 342 East 13th St., Erie, Pa.
URRARO. ROBERT — 2643 West 26th St.. Erie. Pa.
USZACKI. ROBERT — 521 Roberts Rd.. Dunkirk, N.Y.
VAHEY. MARK — 331 Broaduav. Youngstown, Ohio
YALLIMONT. WALTER — RD. =6. Kuhl Rd., Erie, Pa.
VanNATTEN. MICHAEL — 634 Glenraudh Ave, Erie, Pa.
VEITH. ROBERT — 1670 Biebel Ave, Erie, Pa.
VENDETTI. RICHARD — 3502 Cherry St., Erie, Pa.
VENDITTO. BERNARD — 214 East Lutton St., New Castle,
YICKEY. GEOFFREY — 3927 Wood St.. Erie, Pa.
VOGEL. DENNIS — 525 West 4th St., Erie. Pa.
WACHTER. JOSEPH — 1130 West 9th St.. Erie. Pa.
WAIBEL. DENNIS — 2016 Caughey Rd.. Erie. Pa.
WALDRON. THOMAS — 4625 Upland Dr.. Erie. Pa.
WALSH. RICHARD — 524 East Ave. Erie Pa.
WARD. ROBERT — 415 Dunn Blvd.. Erie. Pa
WELCH. JOHN — 3918 Willow Ave. Pittsburgh 34, Pa.
WENEROW ICZ. NORBERT — 550 East 13th St.. Erie. Pa.
WERNER. JOSEPH — 201 Madison. St. Mans. Pa.
WEYLAND. CHARLES — 2523 Poplar St.. Erie, Pa.
WHITNEY. ALBERT — R.D. if 2, Clvmer. N.Y.
WILLIAMS. EDWARD — 1334 Ridge Ave. Sharpsville, Pa.
WILSHIRE. JAMES — 90 Merle St.. Clarion. Pa.
WLNCHELL. RICHARD — 33 Graves St.. Union City, Pa.
WINKELBAUER. PAUL — R.D. =1. Edinboro. Pa.
WINKLER. RICHARD 521 Rosslvn. Springdale. Pa.
WINSLOW. HARRY 729 Washington St.. Meadville, Pa.
WISNIEWSKI. RAYMOND — 309 Ross St.. Erie, Pa.
WITHERUP EUCENE — 1430 Eagle St.. Franklin. Pa.
WOOMER, CLEVELAND R.S. #2, Albion. I'.,
WOZNIAK, CASIM1R 759 East 11th St., Erie, Pa.
WOZNIAK, JAMES 1505 Brandes St., Erie. Pa.
WOZNIAK, PAUL -1505 Brandes St.. Erie. Pa
WRO< :/A NSKI, GEORGE 660 East l Ith Si . Hue Pa
YACOBOZZI, ALBERT 705 Plum Si Erie Pa
YANDURA, JOHN 106 Schroyers Lane, Carmichaeli Pa
YAVORKA, RONALD 556 Maryland Ave., Pittsburgh 2, Pa
YOCCO, LOUIS 812 Bennington Rd., Folcroft, Pa
YON I SIIOl'IS, (OSKI'II 129 Hill St.. DuBois, Pa
YOl NG, MICHAEL Williamson Rd., Greenville, 1*..
ZABELA, RICHARD 3060 Zephyr Ave., Pittsburgh I. Pa.
ZAUMS, JOHN 443 Beverly Dr., Erie, Pa.
ZAWISTOSKI. THOMAS 703 Brandes St., Erie, Pa,
ZDUNSKI, JOSEPH 629 Indiand Dr., Erie, Pa.
ZELASKI, EDWIN R.D. #5, Sampson Rd., Erie. Pa.
ZEMANEK. FRANCIS (6l). r ) Bird Dr., Eric. Pa.
ZENTIS, WILLIAM 919 Poplar St., Erie, Pa.
ZUKOWSKI. DAVID 102 Hess Ave., Erie. Pa.
Letter from the Editors: ^^^^
To the Students of Gannon College:
Pictured throughout the various sections of diis book you will find, we think, an
accurate review of Gannon College as recorded by our typewriters and photogra-
phers. From Graduation 1960 and the Spring '60 '8-Ball to the Fall '60 '8'-
Ball. Bill Carey's 54 points against Stewart AFB, the 1960 Winter Carnival, regis-
tration, Friday Mass, and all the events that played such an important part in Gan-
non 1960-1961. Many times in a publication such as this there is a tendency tc
overlook the reason, the ONLY reason for Gannon College, for any College . .
Education. On this page, and the following few pages we attempt to present those
students who have shown they can excel in the only product which a College can
place on the open market. Learning. We begin this section with a DEAN'S LIST
as published at Gannon and follow with the various Honoraries. We sincerely hope
you enjoy the 1961 LANCE, but we hope you will not forget the
I O T A B T A U
Lambda Iota Tan is an honorary frater-
nity foi English and foreign language
majors and minors. Scholastic achieve-
ment .ukI faculty sponsorship arc the hasic
requirements for membership. The prin-
cipal project of the Alpha Nu chapter for
the past few years has been a presentation
of a series <>f motion pictures based on
famous novels. The program was designed
to assist students in attaining a greater ap-
preciation of the arts and literary works.
STANDIl ' George Fidel, Ron
\\ b Braeanski, Raj Migdal, George Brugger, Ri<li-
D Paul DeSantii, N« k DeFazio SEA FED
Mr Rowland faculty moderator. Jim Yillrlla. Henry Russell.
ALPHA PSI OMEGA
The purpose of the Kappa Beta Cast of
Alpha Psi Omega is to stimulate in-
terest in dramatic activities at Gannon
College, and to secure For the College all
the advantages, and mutual helpfulness
provided by a large National Honorary Fra-
ternity. By electing students to member-
ship, it also serves as a reward for their
efforts in participating in the plays staged
by the College. This Cast in no way takes
the place of the regular College Dramatic
We participate in the objective by promot-
ing dramatics on die campus. At Gannon
the Cast produces a one-act play each se-
mester in conjunction with the Cultural
The Officers of the Kappa Beta Cast are
Don Kazmaier. pres., George Fidel, vice-
pres., Thomas Bailey, sec, and David
The Appointment, a serious, one-act play
was produced last May. It proved to be
one of the most notable achievements ol
the cast. Below is pictured one ol the scenes
from this production.
Alpha Psi Omega: SEATED, Left to right: John T. Bailey, Don Kazmaier, George Fidel.
ST AS DISC, left to right: Henry Carr. Mr. Richard J. Weiland, Faculty Moderator, Da\ id
K ( ..mtuimtcs uric ,iui-]iinl into Ulm's Who this year:
Robert Brzeziniki, William Carey, Joseph I. roue. Petea McNelis,
Thomai Miller. John Schaaf, Charles Weis, David Zimmer, Carl
GianneQi, Alois Kcndziora. John Zack. Herbert Newman, Charles
Dougherty, Paul Grosser, James Jones. Micheal McLaughlin,
ClifTord Kirsch, Jerome Lott, Francis Tascone, Robert Triana,
Micheal Tritto, James DeLena. William Flynn, Anthony DiGior-
gio. Samuel Pietrandrea. and John Wiand.
BLUE KEY SEATED, left to right: Jim Jones, Jack Schaaf, Pete
McNelis. Jerry Harter, Fr. Barcio. Faculty Adviser, Bob Triana,
President, Cliff Kirsh. STA.XDIXG: Dick Trzeciak, Herbie New-
man, Mike McLaughin, Frank Tascone, Jerry Lott, Bob Barczyn-
ski, Mike Tritto. Not Pictured: Joe Leone, Ed Kondrad, John
Riddle, John Weiand, Chuck Dougherty.
The Blue Key Honor Service Fraternity is an organization
founded to honor those of the College who have shown
that they can maintain a high scholastic average and still
be active in the extracurricular functions on campus. To
this organization each year falls the task of presenting the
Gannon Winter Carnival. Under the leadership of presi-
dent Bob Triana. the 1960 Carnival was the most success-
ful one ever presented. Blue Key will follow this success by
presenting the United States Navy Band in the Gannon
Audi on May 14th. Membership in Blue Key can be had
by any full-time student at Gannon in his Junior or Senior
year provided he has maintained an average of 2.5 or better
and has shown qualities of leadership in the many clubs
and organizations on campus.
This paee donated by the
GANNON COLLEGE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION.
Blue Key Sweetheart Miss
Bonnie Walters St. Vincent
School of Nursing.
Gannon students this yeai had the opportunity to
sec .uid hear lx>th panics' major candidates and
man) <>f the local politics. This year saw a renewed
politica] consciousness on the part of the college
students. Rallies, discussions, and heated argu-
ments added to the individual student's understand-
.nd appreciation of the democratic process. Each
student had the opjjortunity to take part in the
formation of history.
I knew they'd wait.
Mr. Nania is a Republican!
"And I understand the Republicans used this
Vice President Johnson shows his cabaret card
after his sp.irklmir Erie performance,
Gannon College participated in the campaign in
a bi-panisan spirit by lending out the now fa-
mous podium. The college was also \w\\ represented
by its student IhhK at each candidate's appear-
One more joy buzzer
... and PO \V ! !
"On my honor I will
do my best to keep
free enterprise free."
I liked that myself.
Gannon's bi-partisan podium.
THE M \IN LOUNGE AT WE11RLE HALL.
A quiet moment with Cod in the Chapel at Aquinas Hi
Realizing that man is also a spiritual being Gan-
non College provides the student with the facili-
ties and opportunity of worshipping. Two chapels
on campus, weekly confessions. Friday Mass in the
Audi, semester retreats, and available spiritual ad-
visers give the student ample opportunity to be at
This page donated by SLATERS FOOD MANAGEMENT
The Altar of the student's chapel in Old Main.
Ri\ James Peterson Cannon Religious Director chats
with Fall Retreat Master prior to Mass.
I he annual retreat at Gannon serves to keep the
student in true perspective of his role in life. It
is 50 to speak a Spiritual renaissance in which
cull Gannon man dedicates the coining school
yeai and his future life to his Maker. It is a per-
iod of soul searching and commitment, and gives
the student the much needed virture of humilitv.
This page donated by SITTERS CROCERY
euion in the Auditorium
Exhortation and Meditation.
Retreat Master bestowing Papal Blessing on Cannon
student body at closing of fall retreat.
St. Thomas More Club: Seated. FIRST ROW, left to right; Bill
Mi Cormick. Marty Eisert, Dennis Edwards. Eddie Barry, Rich-
ard DiCicco, Dave Stemmler. Thomas Ranallo, Pete McNelis.
SECOXD ROW: Wallace Kowakski, Stephen Skidmore, John
Barnheart. Charles Weis, Fr. Peterson, faculty moderator, David
Findley. Vito Fiorvanti. Laurence Chiu. Standing, FIRST ROW,
Sebastian Rubino, Bernard Graf, John Fitzgerald, Gerry Ditz,
George Mische, Ken Kighlinger, Mike Vicere. Thomas Langros,
Thomas Yoskuhl, Robert Murphy, Thomas Paonessa, James
Cammarata, Philip Moore. Jim Schmacher. LAST ROW:
Daniel Hain, Thomas Doolin, Steve Radowski, Frank Mehall.
Richard Ranus, Pat Delany, John Riddle, Richard Pryjomski,
David Thaler, Thomas Getchell, Bill Settlemire.
The St. Thomas More Club is an organization
of Catholic students whose primary objective
iv .in active furtherance of Catholic ideals
through the Lay Apostolate. To supplement
this goal a varied program of events is planned
each \e.n to foster its members and the stu-
dent bod) spiritually, intellectually, and so-
One of the Strongest desires ot the club became
.1 reality during the summer and fall of 1960
with the founding of "Maii. i House." an over-
seas training centei for La) Apostles. During
the summer two club members spent their
time working with the Maryknoll Fathers in
tin- Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. As a result
oi their efforts and the development of the
club .it Gannon, "Maria House" was born.
';rst majoi project of the school \ear was
the probation period During this eight week
d prospective members were required to
fulfill the obligations ol dail) Mass. rosary, and
meditation The probation period was di-
ed 1>\ th<- (lull's semi-annual retreat .it
i pis) Monaster) in Gethsemani, Ken-
Club members begin the vcrv large task of cleaning Fr. Peterson's '51 Plym-
outh 'Fury' prior to the drawing to determine the new owner last spring.
P roceed ! from the drawing were used t<> help defray the costs of the water used
in cleaning the car.
Music provided by these foui Ganno-
nitrs was one ot the highlights of the
1961 Mad-Hatters Ball.
Gene Madden, club member, shows some of the boys from St. Joseph's Home how to use the
The St. Thomas Mores Club sponsers many and varied activities throughout the
school year. Among these are First Friday adoration, the "Mad Hatters Ball," intra-
mural teams competing in bowling, basketball, softball. and the decathalon, the
annual Father-Son Communion Breakfast, the Diocesan Forum, and other events
such as stag parties, banquets, programs at St. Joseph's Home, and discussions
with the area girls colleges.
Life in the "Maria House"
provides training for al-
most any vocation. Located
on W. 6th. St., the House
serves as a home for out-of-
town members, a center for
club activities, and a train-
ing center for the Lay
C. C. D.
C.C.D St l///). left n> right: Ronald Angelotti, David Jerge, Martin Graves, Martin Eiscrt:
'./>/\(.. Mike Balfe, Fred Ferketic, Carl Amann, Sameu] Pietrandrea, Fr. John
Si haii/. John Slater, John T. Ross. Robert ( ) < .iail\
C.CJD I In' Gannon unil oi the Confraternity of Christian
trine is one of the higher ranking active clubs on
campus. Each year it sponsors varied activities, but its chief
mission i*< fulfilling Our Lord's command: "Go ye there-
fore and teach all nations." It docs this by supplying the
local area with well trained members of the lay apostulate
who conduct religious instruction classes for Catholics at-
tending public schools. Rev. John P. Schanz is the mod-
: of the confraternity.
C.C.D. officers consult with Fr.
Schanz on the details of the Inter-
Confraternity Week-end conducted
early in the Fall.
. . . And a gala time
was had by all at the
Spring Dinner Dance.
C.C.D, representatives from the three schools
and from tin- city gather In a general meeting
. . . One of the an-
nual social affairs
sponsored by the
Fr. Schanz poses with the guest
speaker and his wife after the festivi-
ties at the Dinner ]) tni e
Miss Donna Engcl. 1960 '8' Ball Queen with es-
rt B I unmons.
of (i. union's instructors treat the little women to a College Dance.
Queen Mary crowned by
last vcar's Queen Donna.
61 '8' Ball Queen, Miss Mary Rinderle, and es-
cort Al Stankiewicz.
Some of the 600 couples that jammed Rainbow Gardens for the 1961 '8'
The Military Mall is Gannon's only formal dance.
Held each Spring, it offers the members of the
R.OTC an opportunity to impress their girls and
their girls in turn flash their prettiest smiles and
newest di esses. The high-light of the affair is the
commissioning of the Co-ed Colonial and the appear-
ance of Co. 5. The Mil is sponsored yearly by
Scabbard and Blade.
Miss Joy Gotta commissioned Co-ed Colonel by Col. Browning at '60 Mil-Ball.
The annual St. Patrick's Da) Dance is always a big
affair on campus. The only dance held during Lent,
it brings out some or the largest crowds the) have
ever tried to get in the Audi. The dance is spon-
sored bv the LANCE with proceeds going to the
cost of publishing the yearbook. This year for the
first time a contest to find "Miss 1 ANCE" was held.
Each oi the yearbooks of the two Erie girl's schools,
along with St. Vincent's Nursing Home, entered a
candidate, plus one entered by the LANCE. While
the picture-; on this page wen- taken at the '60
Dance. The Queen of the St. Pat's Dance is from
the '61 event.
Three different theories on how to enjoy a dance.
"Miss Elaine Ma-
Queen of the St.
Dance and 1961
I II II
FIRST ROW L-R Pat Wardell, Bill Flaherty, John R. Zack,
Geoffrey Yickey, John T. Schaaf (President), Rev. G. Robert
Barrio (Advisor), Peter J. McNelis (Secretary), Frank J. Tas-
cone. STANDING Richard Wingerter, Jerry Lott, James Jones,
Dennis Schaaf, James Patterson, Michael DiMonaco, David
The 1960-1961 Gannon College Student Council has spent a most
active year. Its semi-weekly bulletins keep the student body in-
formed of activities, interviews, and job opportunities.
Student Council has promoted the return of radio broadcasting of
basketball games. It has tried to correlate the social activities of the
city colleges, and it has tried to promote better understanding and
cooperation along these lines. The members of Student Council
have put in many hours in an attempt "to advance ourselves
spiritually, to augment our education, to encourage social activi-
ties, to foster a spirit of companionship among ourselves, and to do
honor to the name of this college . . ."
COUNCIL OFFICERS: Schaaf, Wiand, Zim-
"Your eyes are getting heavier and you're getting sleepier and sleepier and sleepier
The resident students of Wehrle
Hall elect a council to coordinate
activities. This council consists of
r ep r e s en tatives from each floor and
has as its primary purpose arranging
and coordinating social and recrea-
tional events. The council also
undertakes to promote fellowship
and morale among the residents.
The Dormitory Council elects one
of its members to represent it as a
voting member of the Student
Ever) 'ting in thr .i< t '
The ever popular Wehrle H.ill Pool Table Alone with the ping-pong tables,
it provide* diversion from itudy
These are the members of the Student Union Council who have volunteered their time to
govern the Gannon Student Union.
STUDENT UNION COUNCIL
Student Union Council is an intercollegiate board composed of
representatives of Villa Maria College. Mercyhurst College. St.
Vincent's School of Nursing, and Gannon College. The duties of
this board are to regulate the activities of the Student Union and
provide for its maintenance and upkeep.
The crowded Union at
the Glee Club Christmas
Exterior of S. U.
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wp (Satmntt ~ Knight
Bob McKce demonstrates his
famous 'Hunt-n-Peck' tech-
Villella lays another page.
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Official Student Publication of
PHONE GL 6-7523 EX. 9
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Anthony J. DiGiovgio
NEWS EDITOR Bob McKee
SPORTS EDITOR Thomas Urmacher
FEATURE EDITOR Paul Grosser
COPY EDITOR Al Kendziora
BUSINESS "MANAGER George O'Donnel
PHOTOGRAPHER Jerry Skrypzak
EXCHANGE EDITOR Mike Barletta
CIRCULATION William Conlin
STAFF: Jim Yillella. Joe Begalla, Ron Zieziula, Steve Zuilkoski, Jim
McGinnis. Mike Balfe. Fred Ferketic, Tom Christopher, Pat Hickey,
FACULTY ADYISOR Mr. Anthony J. Nania
The views expressed in the GANNON KNIGHT are the views of
the students unless otherwise stated. Address all mail to the Editor,
GANNON KNIGHT. Box 36. Gannon College, Pennsylvania
There once was a certain African village thai
wanted to be liki- all the oilier bigger African vil-
lages anil put out a yearbook. Now this yearbook
was to contain pictures of all the outstanding
warriors, but since most of the warriors were fright-
ened oi cameras the editors had to force all the
warriors to have pictures taken. None o! the war-
riors were following the leaders, so some pictures
were not taken. Xow after seeing the proofs oi the
yearbook, some of the leaders are wondering why
the village didn't forget about trying to be like
other villages, and give more basketball scholar-
STANDING: G. O'Donnell; J. Skrypsyak: T. Uhrmacher; A. Kendziora; J. Begalla: J. Vacek;
B. Brom: C. Moore: Mr. A. J. Nania. Faculty Advisor. SITTING: R. McKee: A. DiGiorgio,
editor: P. Grosser.
Contrary to nasty rumors . . . some
students do read the GK !
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Mr an' Paul in a typical nights activity.
In typical Gannon fashion, the 1961 LANCE was co-edited by a
Political Science Major and an Electrical Engineer. Not to be out-
done, the co-editors surrounded themselves with a staff composed
o! .1 Physics Major, .mother Poly Sci Major, a Psychology Major,
and of all things, one lonely English Major. Therefore, it is alto-
gethei possible that von. our deal leaders, may find Fidel Castro
misplaced multivibrater in your issue of the Lance, but good
THESE ARE THE ONES TO BLAME
Dick Trzeciak Co-Editors
George O'Donnel Business Manager
Mike Balfe Laybrrers &
Dave Trzeciak Grammar
Jerry Szxyukk!!' ah nuts'!
Caravaglia Studios Innumerable
This page donated by CARAVAGLIA
These lour took all the pictures in the Lance that are too Dark or too snowy to see.
At a mass meeting last May. the "60 editors
turned the ink for the Lance over to yours
truly and his partner in crime. Puctured at
the left are such notables as Bob Swanson.
area representative of American Yearbook
Co.. me. Tony and Bill, last years instigators.
Carol, last ycar"s dream girl. Mr. Young and
Mr. Shea. and. oh ves, Paul.
Fr. Slater, who. in the absence of Mr. Young,
consoled us when we missed the deadline
the first time, and almost shot us when we
missed the last one, is to be congratulated
for putting up with us for the duration. It
was also Fr. Slater's job to keep pages like
this out of the book. He sort of didn't come
through so well on that score, did he:
"Miss Elaine Malinowski, St. Vincent's
School of Nursing, chosen Miss Lance of
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non's Dramatic Club has undergone a slight change in the past
\r.ii Previously known .is the Tiist nighters, 1 the group is known
the 'Talisman Players. 1 During the pasl summer, members ol
the Players were active in two plays produced at the Carriage
1 louse The lust production <>l the summer was the comedy, "M\
rhree Angels" b) Sam and Bella Spivack. The second was "Ana-
stasia" 1>\ Marcelle Maurette. This, a literary classic, dipicts the
stoiv ol Ann ol the House of Romanoff. Mr. Weiland, Gannon's
S ih and Drama [nstructoi was the Executive Directoi of the
summer Dramatic productions.
Tin- I alisinan Players presented the play "Heda Gabler" during
the Fall '60 semestei
I airmail Player* SEATED, left to right; Don Kasmaier, Mr.
Ri. hard Weiland, Faculty Advisor. George Fidel. STANDING:
John Bailey, George O'Donnel. Jim Moske. Thomas Davis.
Henry Carr, David Beyer, James Martin, David Rybak.
These pictures, shot at rehearsal
for "Heda Gabler" show the pre-
parations and activity which go
into a Players production. From
dress rehearsal to lights to scenery
to costumes. All important and all
necessary to a successful presen-
The Gannon Outdoor Activities Club, came into existence
on the (i. union Campus in the spring of 1958. The club is
designed for those who are interested in outdoor activities.
The main feature of the club is the 22 foot boat which is at
the disposal of the members. Also, there are weekend
camping trips, hunting and fishing trips, and in the future,
boat excursions to neighboring cities. Also planned for
winter activities are skiing trips, and other winter sports.
The membership is open to all students at the college who
ina\ be interested.
G.O.A.C. SITTING IX FRONT: Henry Carr, Tres., Richard
Joyce, Pres., John Verone, Sec, STANDING IN BACK: Ronald
Misko. Sgt. at Arms, August F. Knierman, Wayne A. Sulecki, Rob-
ert 0"Grady, Jack H. Zimmer, Jim Schumacher. ABSENT: John
Lorelli, V. Pres., Ben Rocco, Nicholos Gogette, Walter Schupp,
S. I. T.
CHESS CLUB. SITTING, Left to Right: David Flynn, W.>..
Peter Sh.uk. Pr«j . Leo Hok.u. >V. . Prank Necci, Coach.
STANDING: Brian Kirberger, Charles Dugan, George Tutaj,
Richard 1' NfcCormack, Peter Chojenski, Have Jones. Michael
Featuring intercollegiate chess matches, the Gannon Col-
lege Chess ciul) h.is grown into one <>i' the most diligeni
groups on the campus. Established to promote an interest
in the Royal Game, the Club meets weekl) to instruci be-
ginners as well as to carry on discussions ol the great games
of the past and to attempt to employ these tactics m theii
own games. As members oi the United States Chess Feder-
ation and the Pennsylvania Intercollegiate League,
the Chess Club participates in the state and national inter-
collegiate chess tournaments. The Gannon College Chess
Club was also host to the National Intercollegiate Chess
Tournament in 1957. bringing national recognition to the
G. O. A. C.
S.I.T. SITTING, Left to Right: Samuel Oliver, Tres., Howard
Simpson, Pres., E. C. Wright, Faculty Advisor, Robert E. Hage-
dorn, V. Pres. STANDING: Terry McCarthy, Public Relations
Officer, Carl Amann, Herb Newman, Lawrence E. Barger, Elmo
D. Murray, Jr., James Doran.
The Gannon College Student Investment Trust was or-
ganized in 1952, with the donation of $2,500 from Mr.
Edward Lamb. For the next four subsequent years $2,500
was donated by Mr. Lamb to bring the five year total to
$12,500. The trust Is now worth $25,000.
The Trust was organized to give practical experience to
students in the field of investment and to make financial
analysis of companies on the New York Stock Exchange.
Gler Club: FIRST ROW, left to right: Wisinski. Johnson, Glosick,
raddey, Donnelly. Schmitt. St.isik. Graf. SECOND ROW: D.
Tim i.ik. Concilia. Sziriski, Lalli y. McEnery, Linz, Srhlaudecker,
Cunningham. Keverline. Hardik, Camp. THIRD ROW: Bradley,
R. Trzeciak. Kcrchansky. Adamski, Zimmer. Larry Spangenburg at
the piano, Father Richard Sullivan, Conductor.
\<>w in it's fourth year, the Gannon College Glee Club
once again undertakes an ambitious schedule of appear-
ances The singing group opened it's season by entertain-
ing al Parent's Day in October and followed this by
joining the Mercyhurst Glee Club for a joint Christmas
•.mi In between these engagements, the Glee Club
found time to s|x>nsoi a Christmas "sing-a-long" at the
Student Union, record Carols t<> be played at the Vet's
II- ipital, .uid Carol at the ( lit) displa) in the park. The
second semester will probably find Fr. Sullivan's chargers
in Cleveland to sing a joint program with St. John's Glee
Club ["he Gannon songsters meet each Monday nighl in
5l idem Union. NVu members are always welcome,
just bring .1 healths desire to sin
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PSEA: FIRST ROW, left to right, John
Reiser, Norm Ledwin, Robert Cipriano,
Matthew Endres, Robert Brzezinski.
SECOND ROW, John Walcaak, Philip
\'ilello. William Jowett, Robert Popow-
ski. Raymond Migdal. STANDING,
Paul DeSantis, Richard Miller, Pedro
Spampani, Michael Tritto.
P. S. E. A.
The Gannon College Chapter of the Pennsylvania Education Association was or-
ganized in 1959. The objectives of the organization are to promote and foster in-
terest in the profession of teaching: to offer a medium for studying professional
problems; to enable the student to support the progress, policies, and work of the
local and state education associations and the NEA; to develop common aims and
secure group thinking about professional problems; and to improve professional
standards in education.
This year the officers were Michael Tritto, president. Richard Miller, vice-president.
Paul DeSantis, secretary-treasurer, and Pedro Spampani, program director. Paul
DeSantis was also Northwest District vice-president. Under these officers, many
programs were set up in order to achieve the objectives of the organization. These
programs included talks by Dr. Pi/zat on Child Psychology and by Dr. Shaad
on Comparative Education, movies, and a mock interview.
The moderator of the PSEA is Dr. Charles R. Colvin. The organization is open
to any student who is intesested in the teaching profession.
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1 he Sociology Club has been established for the purpose ol
acquainting tin- student with the present day social problems
and the opportunities in social work as a career. The Club
engages in seminars and held nips to the various institutions
in the aiea to gain a more complete appreciation oi the
broad aspects of the- held. The Club does not limit its mem-
bership to Sociology majors hut is open to all students inter-
ested in the problems facing an individual in this modern
predicament. It hopes that by understanding these- problems
man will Ik- able to improve not only the lot of the less for-
tunate hut also that oi himself.
One of the various activities of the Sociology Club is entertain-
ing the children at the Saint Joseph's Home.
Sociology Club: SEATED, left to right: Charles Weiss. Bernard kowski. David Shiel. David Thaler, Jack Ahearn. Kevin Bern-.
Kustcr. Terrence Cosgrove. Fred Smith, Jack Jolley, Fr. Bicsey. James Abate, James Diefendorf, James Klink, Peter McXelis,
STAXDIXd : Anthony Denny, Charles Mullens, Edward Rut- Louis Grande. Bob Triana.
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IRC: SEATED, left to right: James Patterson. Clifford Kirsch, William Flynn. STAND-
ING: Dan Flynn. Jack Mayer. G. A. Moore. Jr.. Patrick Hickey. Edward Rutkouski. John
Wiand. Not pictured. John Bailey.
The International Relations Club of Gannon Col-
lege is one of the most dynamic students groups
in the institution.
Affiliated with the Carnegie Endowment for In-
ternational Peace, the college organization parti-
cipates actively in regional and sub-regional
meetings sponsered by the parent organization.
The main project of the club is the mock United
Nations Day which it sponsors annually. This
U.N. Day draw? Hisjh School Students from
Western Pa.. Western New York, and Eastern
Ohio. The aim of the U.N. Day is to foster a re-
spect for the U.N. in New York City and the
jobs it undertakes. This the U.N. Day does without
U.N. Day delegates register in the
Lobby of Gannon Audi.
A. I. E. E.
\ 1 1' I SITTING Jack Zimmer, Anne Ingrao, Frank Fredericks,
John Bin/. Paul Schmitt, Peter O'Neill, John Mosier. STAND-
ING: Mike Nowakowski, Giacomo, Ri« hard Sebetich, Tom Golden,
Paul Major, Joseph Ghessario. Gerry Dit/. John Lenz, David Sit-
ter. Anthony Folino, Alan Forsha. Henry Carr, Peter Niedzecki.
Bernard Schaming, Fred Sonnenfeld. BACK ROW: John Metelski,
August Knierman, Jim Freeman, Ronald Bernard, Dick Trzeciak,
(lannon's lady Engineer checks out a scope while on an AIEE tour of GE.
The Student Branch of the
•MEE is an organization open to
all engineering students at Gan-
non. Membership in the Student
Branch also includes a member-
ship in the National organization,
the professional association of
Through the work ol the club
the student is encouraged to at-
tempt deeper understanding of
his chosen profession. The club i^-
also a counter for new and cur-
rent topics in the field of elec-
PSPE: SEATED: John Mosier. Peter O'Neill. Bernard Schaming, Dr. A. M. Seligman,
Faculty Adviser. Charles Pistner. Ramon Zentis. STAXDIXG: Tom Golden. Fred Son-
nenfeld. Joseph Szymanski. Peter Niedzwecki. August Knierman, David Keverline. Pat
Lillis. Giacomo Donato.
P. S. P. E.
The Pennsylvania Scxietv of Piolcs-
sional Engineers is an organization of
Gannon student engineers functioning
in conjunction with other cluhs on
campus to provide a link between the
student and practicing engineers. The
Gannon PSPE branch is affiliated with
the National Society of Professional En-
gineers and participates with them in
field trips, meetings and scxial events.
Thru the PSPE invaluable contacts are
made by the student with men in the
field who are willing to help with the
planning ot the members' careers in en-
The Science Club was formed during the
Fall Semester of 1 95 1 . Membership is open
to all students interested in science. It
helps the members broaden their knowl-
edge of the sciences and provides them
widi a means of expressing themselves on
topics in which they have taken a special
Science Club: FIRST ROW: Richard Bluemle, Lawrence Rawa, Bill Sandusky, Jim
Zimmerly, John Zack, Fran Rogala, Thomas Hornaman, Richard Seidcl, Ronald
Zieziula, John Morrissey, Dr. E. Kohlmiller, Faculty Adviser. SECOND ROH
Robert Murphy, James Cammarato, Sam Pietrandrca. Alan Yander Weele, James
O'Leary. Not pictured, William Wilhelm.
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V each new croup of Freshmen
make their appearence on the
Gannon campus, they are wel-
comed by me traditional "Fresh-
man Week" activities. This year
the activities as well as the
Orientation program was under
the direction of Student Council.
The activities themselves consist
in a sports nicht which features
competition hot ween the new-
Freshmen and the old Sopho-
mores. An extensive procram of
rehabilitation is also included in
the Orientation in order to ac-
quaint the new College student
with the whys and wherefore of
Gannon's version of Wilt the Stilt.
Thi P.^c Donated bj FISCHER & SCHELLER PHARMACY
For the last time, I'm not
wearing your pants!
Frosh VS. Sophs in Sports
Sitting, FIRST ROW; Joe Kliener, Andy Masson, Larry Rawa, John Mauro, Pat Clifford,
Bernard Kuster, Tom Glosick, Mike Demma, John Morrisscy, Thomas Christopher. SECOND
ROW; Steve Zuilkoski, Tom Weber, Tony DiGiorgio, Fr. Addison Yehl, Chaplain, Mr. A.
Sinicropi, Faculty Adviser, David Christensen, William Conlin, Ed Kondrad, DeRonde Van
Tassel. Standing. FIRST ROW; Joe Shipley. Joe Begalla. Bill Orcutt. Frank Stoltz. Chuck
Moore, Jerry Lott, Mike Cannone, Pete McNelis, Ronald Zieziula, Jim Martin, Dave Eichels-
dorfer, Ronald Wisinski, Steve Hanson, LaVeme LaRusch, Richard Bluemle. LAST ROW;
Bob McKee, Bill Sandusky, Pete White, Paul Kuzina, John Holeva, Robert Kidon, Jack
Jolley. Jerry Harter, Tom Carroll, Bob Steines, Gerald Pittner, Frank Chimenti.
DELTA SIGMA PHI
The Delta Sigs, a term signifing members of Gannon's oldest fraternity, maintain
their position as one of the most socially active of Gannon's organizations. The Sig
house on West 6th street in Erie is the scene of the bi-annual rush parties and of sea-
sonal parties through out the year. Established in 1953. Delta Sigma Phi continues
to provide social activities to its members while stressing scholarship through the
Delta Sigma Phi National Program of "Engineered Leadership."
Miss Liz Filicky, Delta
Sigma Phi "Dream Girl." A
Junior at Mercyhurst, Liz
will reign over Sig activ-
ities for the next year.
The Delta Sig house opened
in the f.ill of 19 r )H. home
for out-of-town £
Typical evening in the Sig House
and no books.
Jolley. TV, Radio. Toy Cars
Darn right he can run a sweeper. Mom, as long as he's a Delta Sig
and the house is dirty.
Gannon's Secretary of
State, Jerome "Chris-
tian" Harter expounds
during Sig weekend.
The Delta Sig's Golden Knight stands guard over the
Audi, threatening all invaders who venture into the
Glosick and the piano, an inseparable combination,
along with the cigarette.
Delta sig brain trust pose for portrait
FRONT ROW Tony Kaminsky, Jim Jones, Nick Vacca, Mike
Kim Bright, Dave Neuman, Jim Patterson, Jerry Bondaza.
v/ < OND ROW Ed Pallattella, Jim DeLena, Jack Schaaf, Mike
Mi I aughlin, Al Kendziora, Tom Paoncssa. Pat Lillis. THIRD
ROW I*.i i Wardell, Ed Hayes, John Anderson, Art Moore, Bob
Lea. Herb Newman, Hank Wolfhope. Pat Hickey, Ed Norberg,
Dick Yerskey. Bob Gildenston, Joe Folino. Bob Marquis, Ray
Sobiorajski, Wayne Sulcrki. Art Althoff, Cliff Kirsch, Bill Flynn,
Paul DeSantis, John Bailey.
Miss Patricia Williams, The Tke Pinup
is pinned to frater Ed Palatella. Miss
Williams w.is chosen b) chapter ballot
.uul officially crowned al the Fraternity
Founder'- I).i\ Celebration Jan. 14. 1961.
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I told you he wouldn't make it
John Anderson & Judy Pace June '60
Tan Kappa Epsilon fraternity is second to one in
age at Gannon, but in reality it claims equality in
the best of French traditions. TKE is a social fra-
ternity and provides its members with varied and
scintillating social activities throughout the aca-
demic year. TKE is also an ardent booster of
school spirit. One of the largest fraternities on
campus TKE has no restricions to membership,
as to wealth etc. but rather stresses personal
character and worth as requisites for membership.
He burns pretty doesn"t he?
TKE decorated this tree with artificial snow
especially for this picture.
Aw g'wa.n Al, it's no! thai funny.
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Alpha Kappa Pi
Miss Anita Gavuloff
Beauty, outstanding scholarship, talent and versatility
combine in eighteen year-old Anita Jean Gavuloff to make
her Alpha Pi's choice for Fraternity Sweetheart. Anita, a
member of the Freshman Class at St. Vincent's School of
Nursing was honored and crowned at the Fraternities
Christmas party held on December 10, 1960. She is a
graduate of East High where she maintained a straight
"A" average. Upon graduation she was chosen by the
Quota Club as a recipient of a Nurses Scholarship. She is
pinned to brother John Bobango.
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Upha Kappa Pi; SEATED, left to right: Fr. Hipp,
Chaplain, James Whitman, w< . Robert Sedelmeyer,
via prts., George O'Donnel, pres., John Mariani, (r«aj.,
Capt. Ludie Kinney, Faculty Advisor, STANDING:
Rich. nil DiCicco, Thom. is Voskuhl, Robert Marosky,
John Bobango, David Wieczorek, John Cresanta.
The Alpha Kappa Pi Fraternity of Gannon College
was founded on May 1, 1960. Although this date
will be one of the most memorable occasions in
the Fraternity, many long Laborous hours were
spent in the planning of such an undertaking.
Capt. Ludie Kinney, the Assistant Professor of
Military Science and Tactics at Gannon College,
along with Richard DiCicco, formulated the plans
which were the basis of the young organization.
After one unsuccessful attempt at colonization,
the Alpha Kappa Pi Fraternity gained their ini-
tial foothold on the campus on May 1, 1960. Once
the "okay" was given by Fr. Barcio, the Dean of
Men, the Fraternity put many of its plans into
operation. The Main long range objective of the
organization is to become a chapter of Pi Kappa
Alpha Fraternity, which is one of the top ten
social Fraternities in the United States. High on
the list of immediate objectives are scholastic
leadership and everlasting social friendships. Be-
cause of these and many more principles, Alpha
Kappa Pi Fraternity is, and will continue to be, an
asset to the Gannon College Campus. The men of
Alpha Kappa Pi know that their Fraternity will
grow along with the college and become an inte-
gral part of the campus framework.
AKIl's live it up
at 61 8-Ball.
First AKfl swim
party in May 60.
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SEATED: Richard DiBacco, Joe Leone. Pedro Spampani, John Catrabone. Carl Giannelli,
Charles Bonavita. STANDING: Joe De Franco, Louis Matz, Lewis Grignol, Nick Orlando.
Jim Carbon, Al Franco, Rev. John Biscey. Dan Tirabasso, C. Campagnc, Nick DcFazio, Ron
The Beta Rho Chapter of Alpha Phi Delta was initiated at Gan-
non in November of 1959. The membership of the fraternity is
small and is meant to remain small. It is the belief of the 'brothers"
that small organizations give to its members individuality and the
opportunity for each member to use his talents and to develop
real bonds of friendship among the 'brothers'. For it is only in a
small fraternity that brotherhood in the true sense can be realized.
In this sense Alpha Phi Delta is restrictive, membership is an honor
and hiyh scholastic standards must be met.
This Years Sweetheart is
pinned to Paisan Joe Or-
lando. A vibrant darkhaired
beauty, the fraternity is to
be commended on its
1 ■. G nol R"n BuchofF, Nick DeFazio, Joe
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M Joann Arnone.
If you want m eat right you gotta know the right people.
Alpha Phi Delta's Christmas Party at St. Joe's
Pledge project presented
to pledge Master Lou Matz
by Chet Vendetti, Dave
Agostini. and Al Stankie-
If you don't have a jacket you can't come.
Blue Key President, Bob Triana. prepares to crown Miss Bonnie Walters
Queen of the Winter Carnival as 1959 Queen Rosina Nedresky beams her
Miss Pat McMullen, Merrhurst College candidate for
1960 Carnival Queen.
Miss Carmie Fronzaglia, Villa Maria College Candi-
date for 1960 Carnival Queen.
Miss Bonnie Walters
St. Vincent School of Nursing
1960 Carnival Queen
The first weekend in December means carnival
time at Gannon. Presented by Blue Key, the Win-
ter Carnival provides funds for the care and im-
provement of the Student Union. The Union,
located at 6th and Walnut provides a center for
activities of the area Colleges. The high-light of
the Carnival is the selection of the Carnival
Queen. The Carnival transformed the Audi into
a midway teeming with barkers and games and
provides a weekend's entertainment for the stu-
dents and residents of Erie.
Blue Key meets to plan the 1960
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The 60-61 version of the Gannon Golden Cagers rolled right into the basketball
season by upsetting the highly touted Tartans of Carnegie Tech on the sprawling
hardwood at the Pitt Fieldhouse. The Knights then had a head-knocking trio of
games, all of which went down the drain, with three of the top rated small college
fives in the country. To match the three game tailspin, the charges Milt Simon ran
off a three game win binge, downing Findley. Waynesburg. and a tall Cumberland
squad. The Knights tuned up for the Brown Indians of Olean. N.Y., by dropping a
Sunday affair to Alliance. Then followed the pasting at Olean Armory. St. Bona-
venture, not stopped at home since 1948, didn't let our small type Lancers get in
their way as they rolled up a 103 -- 71 margin for number 98 in a row (to put a little
joy in your life, look in the score column to left and live a litttle). After two
quick road wins, the Knights did it again, losing to Tennessee A&I in a Cleveland
Arena affair. In a manner befitting the Nations number one small college five, the
long, tall hill folk ran the highest score ever made against a Gannon team. What
was tjood for Tennessee A&I was good for Youngstown as the Penguins dumped the
Knights a few nights later. The Knights came back to even their record at 7 — 7 by
riping the Stewart AFB Ryboys by a 96- -70 count. In this affair. Capt. Bill Carey
hit an all-time Gannon scoring record by dumping' 54 points through the hoop. The
icst of the sad or glad details of the 60-61 season will have to be left to your memories,
dear readers, since I have a deadline to meet and we still have 7 games to go. Good
luck in 61-62!
Bill Carey. Senior
Mike Cannone, Senior
DeWayne ShaefTer, Senior
Ed Kondrad, Senior
Joe Gaeta, Junior
Jack Ahearn, Senior
Jack Byrnes, Freshman
Wes Roberts, Junior
John Mauro, Junior
Jerry L-ott, Junior
THE LONG. HARD SEASON THKOl'GH THE EYES OF LANCE
WERC Broadcaster! in i row's nest, high above Audi. All the
Golden Knight'l Basketball games were broadcast by this
: of din
little tn ilu dur-
Bill Ron Gris
Sue (laic Urse) Judy
s ( ( >RES
17 Edinboro 1
Fredonia 2 l / 2
ll 1 .- St Bonaventure 6/2
13J 1 Youngstown 10|/ 2
I misiua ... 2 l / 2
12 Youngstown 6
17 St. Bt m.i\ enture . . 1
13 Alliance 2
N \1 A District Title
4th place, NAIA Championship
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Golf team; KNEELING, Dan Shipley, Ben Drongoski. STANDING, Frank Sokol. Dave
Driscoll. Dan Leal. Gary Conrath.
1 hongosky 81.1
Low v on-. I >riscoll, 7 ■ \ \I \
playoffs \^ Geneva.
Gannons duffers put together a record which is unequaled in the
history of the College, eclipsing even the records hung up by the
Knight's short-lived football team in the early '50's. Led by Capt.
Corry Wright in the absence of regular golf mentor. Fr. Dipre, the
Lancers finished undefeated in team play, whipped Geneva Col-
lege for the District NAIA championship, and then, as if this wasn't
enough, pulled in fourth in the NAIA finals. Among the victories
|K)sicd by the Golf Team were two wins over the hated Indians of
Olean, N.Y., St. Bonaventure. These victories were sweetened by
tin- fact that the first one broke a 34 match winning streak accom-
plished over a period of three years by the Bonnies, and this par-
ticular win was posted on the Indians home links. With the loss
of 4 members by graduation, the Team may be in some trouble,
but after last years record, we can forgive them a few losses.
bj kk\i S ll l< l EUC ( OMPANY
Players of the two teams swap stories before the start of the match.
Dave Driscoll shows the form that brought him the low
score of the vear.
These pictures, taken at the home match against
St. Bonaventure, show some of the action seen
by the Knights. The home matches are played at
Lakeshore Golf Club on Route 5, west of Erie.
The Bonnie's Dick Grimm blasts down the middle of the fairway as the Knights' Driscoll and
Leal look on.
4t at mkc: lav GOL Ron ZxL Joe Tore*
Dkk Morocco. Back? l-aKwrih. Dw
sfcr SecSert D i Fbk Coach.
-.- Li - - , :•:- .- - -- -
barked ob a nine g-— — * n liwnilr m Ac
record ewdaSm^ r»o gzrnm raiaed oat
*~ IXjcjuesne and A
» ^^"^— —< br tfar face break n the
of t brn write s in irncirw a r ch a r play- Tbe
*.- . ■ ' - .-_---■ . '- ■ - " • * -
wood Park daring tbe afternoons of fate
student bodr if in-
vned to macb Gannon's Ratmrn in ac-
n 3 Lost 4
Safe by a mile!
We coulda had 'im!
Maybe I'm not Mickey Mantle. I'll hit
Think maybe we're in trouble?
\'<>t to lx- outdone bj the Goll Team, tli<- Gannon Ten-
nis team put on .ui exhibition <>l winning all it's own.
Starting l>\ pounding Alliance l>\ a 9 score, the
'Nites Netters snunk l>\ Youngstown .mil Edinboro
s li b) identical 5 I scores. Edinboro didn't prove as
tough the second time as the Lancers tiped them to a
7 2 tunc.
Fredonia s l< a rennis powei again extended the
K iits. however, .is usual, the opposition found iiscl!
on tin- short end ot a 5 1 count. The Knights finished
up then undefeated season by coasting home ovei
Voungstown foi the second time during the Sprint,'
(the Basketball team should have it so ■■ 1 „h\ This
time. t> i w.is ,i sufficient score ( oached lor the lust
time t>\ Lazlo Doemeny, the netters range up a very
impressive record in a tough schedule.
Szymianilri srrvos a high
Bux Kondrad returns a lob with
a sizzling drive.
STANDING, l.-ft to right: Cas
S/vmianski. Paul Young. Lazlo
Doemeny, Coach, Ed Konrad.
KM I I INC Ed Rinderle, Deetz
VanTassrl, John Walzak.
s ( ores
( rannon < Opponent
Bdinboro ^ 1 < 1
Edinboro ST1 2
Fredonia STC 4
This b) thr
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
Fencing Team; KNEELING, left to right: Bill DiModica, Fred Oprendek, Jim Palmeri,
Jerry Macioge. STANDING: Jim Puette, Dave Stanczak, Jim Rezmarski, Art Moore, Mr.
Doemeny. Coach. Frank Fredericks. Wayne Suleczki, Don Svoren, Dave Agostini.
These pictures show some of the action which
takes place during a Fencing match. Although
these pictures show Gannon vs. Gannon, team
positions are competitive and each individual is
out to win at all times.
There appears to be a bright future for
Gannon's newest Intercollegiate sport. Be-
ginning last year with a small group of
students, and concentrating only on saber.
Coach Lazlo Doemeny has, this year, not
only increased the number of participants
and introduced foil, but he has also pro-
duced a winning team. Still smarting
from last years trouncing by the Roches-
ter Institute of Technology's team. Gan-
non returned this year and defeated
R.I.T. R.I.T. is the defending North At-
lantic Intercollegiate Fencing champions.
Matches are planned at the Audi, so why
not drop in and watch Gannon's newest
team in action.
The constituent! of the annual IM Football vs. Faculty All-Star game before the fray.
Gannon presents a lull program in in-
tramurals lot the student body ami in
some raw the faculty. IM Football
heads the list with other sports such as
the annual ping-pong tourney, vuiin-
ming, bowling, and basketball getting a
big play, A decathalon and weithtlifting
were added to die already popular pro-
Students present unbalanced line right in vain attempt to bring home the All-Star
Here is some of the hot and heavy action at the biggest game of the year on the Gannon Campus.
Two bowling leagues oper-
ated at Berry's Audi this
year in place of the single
league operated in pre
vious years. In this spoil.
Gannon reflects the Na
tional growth of this spoil
Action in IM basketball
may not approach the NBA
but it's just as important to
SCABBARD AND BLADE
Scabbard and Blade: SEATED, left to right: Ricard Tann, Leonard
Grucza, Joseph H Gou Jr., David Zimmer, Bill Carey. Richard
R.inus. Dennii Buto. Daniel Filipowski. STANDING, Ronald BischorT,
John Lorelli, Pedro Spampani, Joseph Shipley. James Weber, Thomas
Doolin. Bob Brzezinski, Jerome Harter, Raymond Sobierasski, John
SeyfTert, Thomas Power. William Sanko. Donald Svoren, John Fal-
coner. President, Bill Carey. Advisor. Capt. Ludie Kinney.
The Army ROTC sponsors the National Society of Scabbard and Blade. It is a
National Military Honor, or Recognition Society, whose local chapters, called com-
panies, have been installed in one hundred sixty colleges and universities where
Reserve Officers Training Corps Honorary.
The purpose of Scabbard and Blade is primarily to raise the standard of Military
Education in American colleges and universities, to unite in closer relationship
their Military Departments, to encourage and foster the essential qualities of good
and efficient officers, and to promote friendship and good fellowship among Cadet
Membership in Scabbard and Blade is the goal toward which most Cadets strive.
It is an incentive for better and more wholehearted work and it develops those
qualities essential to leadership. This fosters competition among the officers of the
Cadel Corps. The Cadet elected to the Society must be an "Officer and a gentle-
man" He must |x>ssess the qualities of leadership, Patriotism, efficiency, and honor.
Each year, the Scabbard and Blade sponsors the Military Ball, which is the high-
light of the college's social calendar and a dinner-dance which is given in honor of
senior members. The Society also sponsors a sabre team which performs numerous times
throughout the year and has developed into a precision outfit.
1 . HEYL'l PHYSH I tffS SI PIMA ( « )
PERSHING RIFLES UPPER CLASSMEN LEFT TO RIGHT P Von Hoene. FOURTH ROW: Captain Wright, J. Evans, P.
FIRST ROW: \V. Southward*, M. Tyron, E. Zukowski, R. Wilson. Brophy, J. Wienczkowski, T. Mackrell. FIFTH ROW: R. Kingston,
SECO.XD ROW: A. Kaminsky. S. Stanonis. W. Nicholson, R. T. Zimmerly. T. Konopka. I. May.
Mingoy. THIRD ROW: T. Kaczmarek, L. Dresch. D. McSweeney,
PERSHING RIFLES FRESH SOPH LEFT TO RIGHT
STAXDIXC IN FRONT 1 WARRANT OFFICER T Go*
tomski. 2. COMPANY COMMANDER — D. Pojamann, 3. P.I O
— D. Mitchell. 4. EXECUTIVE OFFICER - K. Bright. First
Squad: D. Fabian, T. Gominiak, R. Tarkowski. R. Cottrell, R. Klu-
giewicz. W. Lampart, M. Hammer. W. Stten, H Elliott. L. Yocco,
W. Zentis. J. Goellner. A. Drexler. Second Squad: R. Oftromecki,
P. Hickey, R. Vendetti. G. Gott. D. Rawtzik, R. Decker, D. Ostrow-
ski, J. Cianella, D. Watbel, D. Tunney, B. Saviola, R. Delaney, R.
Gittere. Third Squad: D. McCurdy, R. Amendola, P. Granetto, J.
Griffith. W. Gordon, L. Niles. I). DclPorto. R Nash. A Denny, T.
Laniewicz, T. Klaus, P. VVardell. Fourth Squad: J. Wojciec howski,
W. Orzepowski, R. Dyrnski, R. McCrarey, G. Intrieri, E. Heil, M
Homansky, D. Ixihse, P. Jargiello, R M( Laughlin, J. Zimpfer, J
The Reserve Officer Train-
in; ( orps is part of a na-
tion-wide program designed
to provide trained officers
to meet the military needs
of the I .S Army.
Here at Gannon College all
qualified students must par-
ticipate in at least two years
of the program. In this
basic course, students study
subjects such as: Military
Science and History, map
reading, and the manual of
For those students who wish
to compete for a commission
to the Army Reserve or the
Regular Army, there is an
Advanced Corps for Juniors
W.ii t nl his trirl sees this.
The most "looked-forward-to" i\.i\ in the week of a
KOI C. student is drill <la\. It is cm this day that he
duns an ill-fitting, iuh\ replica of an army uniform
and infiltrates the business district hoping to attraci
female attention. At 1400 2:00 p.m. to the layman)
he proceeds to Dale Hall, then to the drill area where
he receives excellent training in leadership and disci-
pline Once a yeai the student receives a chance to
earn merits and recognition by competing against
• n the drill held ( hi ( !ompetition 1 >ay a
appearance as well as a snappy performance
will <-.im foi him a fine honor, the reputation ol be-
R. O. T. C.
Drill proves fruitful! on Competition Day
• J " - * T • ' T
Cadet Captain Bill Carey allows LANCE photographer to review "A" Company
The LANCE catches the first platoon of "A" Company going through the manual of arms
In Novembei of 1959, .1 SI. 000.000 development pro-
gram w.is announced by the President of Gannon Col-
lege, The Rt Rev. Wilfred J. Nash. The program is
to be completed b) the College's 25th anniversary in
1969. The long range program calls for the construc-
tion of a multi-purpose building on the site once occu-
pied by the Fisher Hotel. This building will be four
stones high and will cost more than $1,000,000. An
aitist's conception of this structure can be seen on page
4 of THE LANCE. A small auditorium will be located in
the basement of the building and an ultra-modern
cafeteria and lounge area on the ground floor. A bo-
tanical garden will be built on the roof. In between will
be three floors of offices and sixteen much needed class-
rooms. Following in the next nine years will be a faculty
residence which will house 30 of Gannon's faculty. The
cost of this building will be about $400,000. The third
structure of the four-pronged program will be a new
dormitory to house out of town students. The exact
locations have not been determined, although plans
call for all of the new structures to be in the area
bounded roughly by W. 7th St., Peach St., Walnut St..
and the Bay. The cost of the new dorm is to be near
$650,000. The fourth segment is a field house, essential
to the physical welfare of the growing student popula-
tion. Containing about 30.000 square feet of area and
costing $600,000. the field house will be part of an ex-
tensive athletic plant which will encompass facilities
for baseball, IM football, swimming, tennis, and all
other IM sports.
In the summer of 1960 Gannon formally launched the
first large-scale appeal to the local community for fi-
nancial assistance. Erie industrial & business firms re-
sponded generously. Shown, left, with Msgr. Nash are
four early contributors to the Development Fund are,
reading down: Messers. O. Carlyle Brock, Sr. & O.
Carlyle Brock. Jr; Mr. Howard Fish; Messers. James
Quinn & Leland Berry : and Mr. John Fries.
and aftei Kt
we go to
much like .1
at the corner
of 7th and
Peach, it wil
be ready by
Sept. of 1961.
• d it
An idea was born
Opinions were gathered . . .
Some s.iii.; about it . . .
Others danced over it .
. . . And then they got action!
Finally they voted on it .
> > ou feJlowi were serious weren't you?
Do you hear a shoveling noise up there:
Ihr Sergeants <>i tin- I« )TC
A Freshman preparing for initiation?
Christmas Spirit became manifest at the Sing-a-Long in
the Student Union.
This page donated by CHURCH'S BUTCHER SHOP
A few engineers trying to conjure up the
devil. Er . . . solving the problem of the uni-
Finally we gel ■ pit tun- of Dymski!
\rui I used to be a 98 pound weakling.
This page donated by BA1 MWN BROTHERS CARPET
Arfax Camera Center
We are not impressed.
Gannon provides .1 liberal education
This page donated by ISSAC BAKER & SON
One thing about this fraternity . . . They eat
well . . . and often.
Don't just stand there . . .
E. & A. DOUBE T
\n evening with Thomas More.
Why don't we buy a voting machine?
Don't be half safe.
The food was delicious.
We get served next.
". . . add about a cup of water . .
the Instructors lounge.
and at dances. Seems Gannon
men are habitually hungry.
P. A. Meyers, & Sons
I 'at ion
You mean I g« - i change '
1 1 tii tii in . nothing in here but mail.
Radio Station W'LEU
I told you I'd gel him to thr altar. Ma.
Perry Square Clothes
Epp Furniture Company
How about telling those kids upstairs to keep quiet.
This page Donated by the STUDENT BOOK MART.
THESE PATRONS OFFER SUPERIOR QUALITY AND SERVICE AT REASON-
Alpha K.i|)p.i Pi Fratei nity
arship & Friendship
( rannon ( lolh
- donated 100,101
Baumann Brothers Carpet
Floor ( '<>\ ering Specialists
hi I East Fifth Suet
Ki it-. Pennsylvania
donated 1 3 1
Complete Department Store
718 State Street
Breez e Publishing Company
Publishers oi the Knight
& mth Lake Street
North East, Pennsylvania
Pages donated 82 & 83
( !ara\ aglia Studios
Photographers for tlu- Lan
12J East Tenth Street
s donated 84,85
Church's Butchei Shop
Alt) Me. its
1 iith & Lincolin
donated 1 32
Paper ( tampan)
Suppliers oi Hammennill Goods
Ei ie, Pennsylvania
Ei ie Insurance Exchange
Sen i< e Evei \\n here
1 1 1 East Sixth Street
Erie. Pennsyh ania
Fischer & Scheller Pharmacy
Neai the campus
r )18 State Street
Ei ie. Pennsj 1\ ania
Page donated 96
Gannon College Alumni Association
Pages donated 62 & 63
Haibach Brothers Meat Packers
Famous Dutch Maid Products
501 East 19th Street
Erie. Pennsj lvania
Page donated 2 1
Hammennill Paper Company
East Lake Road
Page donated 103
Heyl Physicians Supply Company
Prescriptions — Free Delivery
419 State Street
123 West Ninth Street
Erie. Perms) lvania
Page donated 1 24
Isaac Baker & Son
Clothiers & Haberdashers Since 1850
629 State Street
Page donated 135
James G. 1 lanes
813 G. Daniel Baldwin Building
Ei ie, Penns) lvania
P ■ donated 92
ABLE PRICES. YOU WILL FIND IT WORTHWHILE TO PATRONIZE THEM.
Mi 1 Vn.ild Brothers
820 Investment Building
P.iui- donated 140
Knights oi Columbus
1023 French Streel
Pages donated 120 & 81
Runs Electric Company
Completed Line of Electric Supplies
1325 St. ite Street
Page donated 1 16
Nelson. Goldberg. & Heidt
Building Gannon College
1215 G. Daniel Baldwin Building
Pages donated 104. 102, & 1 14
Student Book Mart
Growing with Gannon
117 West Seventh Street
Page donated 141
Prozan Furniture & Upholstery
Re-upholstering & Altar Drapes
9 North Perry Square
Page donated 95
Sanitary Farms Dairy Inc.
O. Carlyle Brock
521 East 18th Street
Page donated 70
Sedelmyer Sen ice Station
3019 Buffalo Road
Page donated 1 18
Sitters Food Market
Quality Foods Selected Products
Eighth & Lincolin
Page donated 68
Slater Food Service Management
Serving Gannon and 100 other Campuses
Pages donated 67 & 7 1
Erie's Safest Milk
3330 Peach Street
Page donated 27
Times Publishing Company
Morning News, Times, Sunday News
20 East 12th Street
Page donated 34
Tom Karle's Varsity Shop
928 Peach Street
Pas;e donated 30
Serving the Greater Erie Area
State at Ninth Streets
West Erie Plaza
Page donated 43
W. T. Grant Company
Known for Values
18 West Ninth Street
Page donated 91
Sooner or later, all things come to an end. Thus ii is with the 1961 LANCE. We can-
not claim to have produced the best yearbook in the history of Gannon College . . .
nor. we hope, take the Manic Tor producing the worst. We will, however, say that it
w.i^ a lot ol work, that we shed our hlood. sweat, and tears to produce a yearhook
we can he proud of. and we hope our readers will he just as proud. It couldn't have
been done without the help of many. Mike. Dave, Fred. George, Joe. Jerry, Lou.
('ail. Sue. Gwen, Ann. and Spring. We thank them and wish that they won't ever
get mixed up in one of these publications again, unless they like to work. This then
is the end of the 1961 LANCE . . . we hope you like it.
IN THE COMMUNITY INTEREST...
In ordei to completely meet the demands ol
the individuals in the community, Gannon ("<»l-
mducts classes in the evening, and ex-
tends its services through it ^ Adult Opportunity
P a. mi. with courses in industrial, business,
academic and cultural fields.
Recognizing the need for guidance for the
students, and the assistance that could be given
industr) In furnishing well-trained graduates,
.1 Guidance and Placement ('enter was estab-
lished in the college. This center conducts
testing of students, but these testing services
have also been made available to local industry
and commerce and have been used extensivel)
and effectively by them.
In addition to this testing service, the Place-
ment Center has been most effective in placing
trained and competent graduates with local
firms, to the extent that several hundred Gan-
non graduates are now employed in positions
of responsibilit) and skill. Thus Gannon has
helped materially in furnishing a source of
future employees so essential to a growing and
alert community .
In 1958, in line with its policy of assiMin<_! the
community, Gannon College set up an Indus-
trial Relations ('enter. The Center provides
local funis with opportunities to establish or
improve personnel and industrial relations pro-
plains. The ('.enter conducts planning work-
shops with companies, furnishes Consultive
services and administers tests and surveys and
interprets their results. More than 10 companies
in laic and the surrounding area have availed
themselves of these services in the short time
the ( lenter has been in existence.
In the short span of 16 years. Gannon Col-
lege has come to be an irreplaceable part of
Erie and the surrounding communities. As a
(enter of education for its youth, as a hub of
culture and civic activity, as a well-spring for
future employees for industry and commerce,
and as a fountainhead for teachers and the pro-
fessions its value to the area is incalculable. The
presence of an accredited four-year college
should certainly be used as a strong additional
factor in attracting new industry to the area.